World-famous online gaming operator LeoVegas has introduced its latest initiative aimed at promoting responsible gaming.
LeoSafePlay is a dedicated platform that will offer a wide array of services to LeoVegas' customers, with the main goal of helping them maintain responsible gaming habits.
Recognizing and Preventing Problematic Behavior
All information regarding tools and resources which allow gamers to become more informed about dangers of irresponsible gaming will be made available on LeoSafePlay.com. The website also offers a self-assessment tool, which is more than a useful aid in recognizing the potentially problematic behavior.
A self-assessment tool will assist players to evaluate their habits and identify problems before they get out of control. To do so, LeoSafePlay offers a list of four different scenarios a gamer might be experiencing. Choosing the right one can offer more help in dealing with a specific problem.
There are four scenarios to choose from:
1. I’m gambling more than I intend to
2. I feel I have developed a gambling addiction
3. Someone I know is a problem gambler
4. An underage person I know is gambling online
The platform itself will have a wide array of options for players to use, from analyzing and instructing players to how to limit their playing, deposits and session time on LeoVegas' site.
Pioneers of Responsible Gaming
All LeoVegas' staff members will undergo an online training, whose purpose is to ensure that all of them will have enough skill to help customers, and will offer up to date information and resources.
When it comes to responsible gaming, LeoVegas is a true trailblazer in the industry, setting new standards with its policies and initiatives. The company is among a handful of operators that tackle this issue outside of the main website.
LeoSafePlay made its appearance at the English League Cup match played at the Emirates Stadium between Arsenal and Norwich City. Since LeoVegas is the main sponsor of the Canaries, LeoSafePlay logo found its place on the sleeves of the players' shirts.
Head of Customer Support at LeoVegas Noel Zammit said the company was dedicated to helping its customers play safely and responsibly. That way, he said, the company ensured gaming remained fun.