GAMING1 uses AI to combat problem gambling

GAMING1 has enhanced its offering of responsible gambling products by releasing a range of Artificial Intelligence player protection tools.

The toolkit, which was designed by the company’s in-house product development team, aims to monitor all players activities and detect any early signs of problem gambling.

Commenting on the launch, Sylvain Boniver, COO at GAMING1 said: “We’ve created a cutting-edge product suite that promotes responsible gambling for all, once again demonstrating GAMING1’s unwavering commitment to player protection.

“With continued innovation and hard work, our focus is on developing solutions that not only protect players but the integrity of the sector as a whole.”

The product suite will utilise both artificial intelligence and data science technologies to identify and monitor individuals which could be at risk of problem gambling.

GAMING1’s responsible gaming operation team will assess the information and use machine learning technologies to further analyse problematic behaviour.

Those identified at the highest risk level according to the company’s proprietary modelling are then provided with assistance by its in-house team of player protection experts.

GAMING1 currently operates more than 20 online gaming brands with land-based partners in Spain, Portugal, France, Serbia, Peru and Colombia.

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