Maltese online casino operator Videoslots Limited has announced that it has significantly boosted player safety by adding a responsible gambling bar to its mobile-friendly domain at VideoSlots.com.
Headquartered in the Valletta suburb of Birkirkara, the firm used an official Wednesday press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to declare that this first-of-its-kind advance is being debuted to help mark the United Kingdom’s ongoing Safer Gambling Week and has been designed to ‘help customers manage the time they spend on-site safely.’
Videoslots Limited stated that the innovation for the United Kingdom-licensed domain is to ‘always be visible after a player has logged in to their account’ and features ‘an 18+ badge’ as well as a session timer and direct links to the Gambling Commission regulator, its own responsible gambling page and the Gamstop self-exclusion scheme.
Amina Norgosanow serves as Head of Responsible Gaming for Videoslots Limited and she used the press release to proclaim that the new bar for VideoSlots.com additionally offers punters the ability to ‘benefit from a host of responsible gaming tools that they can set themselves’ including maximum wagering limits, time-out opportunities and session duration alert and restriction options.
Read a statement from Norgosanow…
“The responsible gambling bar will make sure our players are always aware of the time they are spending on VideoSlots.com. It gives them easy and direct access to information and assistance, like responsible gaming tools and self-exclusion, and will help them stay in control from the start to the end of their customer journey.
Norgosanow asserted that the responsible gambling bar for VideoSlots.com is to furthermore ‘enhance the standard of protection that our players enjoy’ and assist the site in reducing gambling-related harms. She pronounced that these aspects are ‘especially important while the coronavirus pandemic makes some players more vulnerable’ although the advance is to ‘remain as an important and prominent feature’ going forward.