Play’n GO wins the Safer Gambling Standard Certification

By Mark
Published 24/05/2023
Play’n GO wins the Safer Gambling Standard Certification

Top casino game provider Play’n GO has won the Safer Gambling Standard Gold Award. 

The award, which is related to Responsible Gambling, is given to companies that have taken action to help protect people from being negatively affected by gambling.

The Safer Gambling Standard is run by the GamCare charity, and assesses these measures taken by gambling businesses.

Play’n GO CEO and Co-Founder Johan Törnqvist said that the company’s top priority is player safety. 

Törnqvist also emphasised that Play’n GO is committed to being one of the companies to lead others towards a future that is safer, more sustainable and securer

While Play’n GO’s CEO added that this award is seen as “a great milestone on that journey”, he also described it as the result of a lot of behind the scenes work that goes unnoticed. 

Stating that he is immensely proud of every Play’n GO employee, Törnqvist emphasised that committing to player safety is crucial for the casino gaming industry’s bright future, and called for more work to be done to create a safe and entertaining gaming experience for all players.

About Play’n GO

Play’n GO is one of the best casino game providers in the market, and is home to a reputable and award-winning iGaming experience. 

Some of the popular Play’n GO titles you can play are:

More on Responsible Gambling

Responsible Gambling is a concept that must be adhered to by gambling stakeholders, to protect vulnerable players by implementing certain conditions.

Aimed towards keeping with higher standards and safer user experiences, this encourages players to play for fun, and not as a substitute for employment.

Responsible Gambling
Responsible Gambling keeps players safe when playing their favourite casino games!

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