Greek lottery and gaming systems provider’s Intralot Group has announced that one of its subsidiary’s, Polish firm Totolotek S.A, has been re-certified by European Lotteries (EL) for its responsible gaming (RG) principles.
The country’s “longest running omni-channel betting” company, Totolotek successfully passed the certification through an external audit, carried out by the independent EL-approved assessor TUV, for offering players the highest standards of responsible gaming operations.
Adam Lamentowicz, CEO of Totolotek, stated: “Intralot Group fosters responsible gaming as a means of sustainable growth. Our re-certification is a great achievement and recognition of Totolotek’s cross-functional efforts to always adhere to the principles of responsible gaming.
“We work with EL to continuously improve our RG programmes and support the lottery community to the fight against illegal gambling.”
EL re-certifies operators on a three-yearly basis, with Totolotek receiving its first receiving certification for responsible gaming programmes in 2015.
Edmundo Martinho, Chair of the European Lotteries CSR/Responsible Gaming Committee, added: “I would like to thank Totolotek for its commitment to the EL Responsible Gaming standards.
“Together with our members we always strive to align lottery and betting operations across Europe with the responsible gaming principles for the benefit of the players and the society at whole. Totolotek has been a valuable partner towards this goal.”
The European Lotteries is the umbrella organisation of national lotteries operating games of chance for public benefit.
EL brings together state-owned and private operators, both profit and non-profit, who offer gambling and betting services in the jurisdictions in which they are licensed by the respective national government.