The National Council on Problem Gambling is welcoming new customer protections working by DraftDay that aim to offer more player security.
DraftDay Gaming Group, co-owned by Sportech and Viggle, announced plans this week to implement an ‘industry-defining customer protection initiative’ that will mimic the regulatory safeguards used by online gambling markets in the United States.
After consulting with all the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG), DraftDay settled for a variety of guidelines that will create a safer, more transparent daily fantasy sports (DFS) industry.
The business-to-business DFS supplier, which also operates its standalone platform, has partnered with GeoComply, IDology, and Paysafe to showcase how daily fantasy contests may be properly controlled while at the same time protecting players.
‘With phone calls for stricter consumer protection by many state governments, DraftDay, in conjunction with the NCPG, has created a pair of skill-based daily fantasy sports consumer-oriented policies to deal with each state’s increased demands for safety and accountability,’ DraftDay CEO Rich Roberts said in a press release.
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The NCPG is one of the leading voices in the United States with regards to gambling that is discussing and controls, the agency may be the primary advocate in fighting for those prone to and affected by issue gambling.
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