Tag Archives: BetBlocker

BetBlocker achieves ‘clear objective’ with Dutch language service

UK-registered safer gambling charity BetBlocker has announced the launch of its Dutch language app and technical support service.  Identifying the expansion of the BetBlocker service into other languages as a ‘natural progression’, the firm aims to maximise the number of users within specific language markets by offering native language technical support. By using BetBlocker’s app, bettors can use a continuous …

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L&L Europe and BetBlocker collaborate on Dutch language blocking app

L&L Europe has formed a partnership with BetBlocker focused on the Netherlands, with the aim of creating a Dutch language gambling block application ahead of the launch of the country’s online regulated betting market. The partnership represents an expansion of L&L Europe’s support of BetBlocker, having promoted the tool to its UK customers since 2018.  Jan Wienk, Marketing Manager and …

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BetBlocker.org gains UKGC charity recognition


Free online gambling control tool BetBlocker.org has confirmed that it has been accredited by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) as a responsible gambling charity. The credential sees BetBlocker.org listed as one of six charities on the UKGC’s website tackling gambling prevention complexities. Developed by industry dispute mediator ThePogg.com, BetBlocker is a free app which provides vulnerable users with a comprehensive …

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SBC’s Year In Review: July’s big betting news

As 2019 comes to a close SBC looks through the year to highlight major news that you might have missed in the sports betting world.  This seventh edition looks at July and more specifically at the Kenyan market, the product journey of BetBlocker, Brazil’s sports betting potential and Regulus Partners’ review of UK betting consequences. Winning Post – Kenya bringing …

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BetBlocker granted UK charity status

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Industry responsible gambling tool BetBlocker has confirmed that it has been listed as a charitable entity within the United Kingdom, supporting its strategy to support those at risk of problem gambling behaviours. BetBlocker, which recently launched on the Amazon Fire OS operating system, allows individuals to block access to over 6,700 betting sites. This project has been funded and developed …

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ThePOGG complaints returns $2.5m to online gambling players

Online gambling community, ThePOGG.com has revealed that its player complaints services have returned over $2.5 million back to punters in betting-related consumer disputes. Updating the market, ThePOGG marks the figure as a major milestone achieved for the service which has been in operations for four years. Since its launch, the ThePOGG has recorded a 150% increase in players utilising its …

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BetBlocker gains maximum coverage indexing on Amazon Fire OS

BetBlocker has announced that it has become the ‘first and only’ industry responsible gambling tool to be made available for Amazon’s Fire OS operating system. Updating the market, BetBlocker the gambling control app that lets vulnerable players restrict access to over 6400 gambling domains across multiple digital platforms, confirms that it has launched a version of its free app built …

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From ‘concept-to-launch’ Duncan Gracie on BetBlocker’s product journey

SBC spoke to the manager of BetBlocker Duncan Gracie, who detailed the product journey of BetBlocker, as well as how the app is aiming to boost the prevention of problem gambling.  ___________ SBC: Over the last year or two, we have seen a huge shift towards responsible gambling and the implementation of measures to prevent problem gambling – why do …

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BetBlocker develops mobile feature to block gambling sites

Launching a new subscription-free service, BetBlocker has developed a new mobile feature which allows punters to restrict gambling-related apps on Android devices and desktops.  The tool comes as a new bid to support punters that have experienced gambling related harm. Users are able to restrict their devices from accessing over 5,900 gambling operator websites, and over 1,000 mobile applications.  Manager …

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