Greentube Alderney’s online brand Admiral Casino has achieved accreditation against the GamCare Safer Gambling Standard in the UK, providing proof of its credentials in protecting people from experiencing gambling-related harm.
The Advanced Level 2 accreditation from the leading UK gambling charity has been secured by Admiral Casino following an independent quality assessment of the measures it has put in place to protect players.
The assessment process included an extensive review of all safer gambling policies and processes, in addition to detailed customer case reviews and key staff interviews.
Achieving this accreditation is evidence of the hard work of Greentube, the NOVOMATIC Interactive division, in minimising gambling harms. Going forward, Greentube will continue to build on the high standard of safer gambling processes it has in place and aims to achieve promotion to the top-level Advanced Level 3 accreditation in the near future.
Greentube’s Head of UK Compliance Adam Mason said: “We are extremely proud of everyone at Admiral Casino, especially the Player Protection Team, who work extremely hard to keep our customers safe and minimise gambling-related harm.”
Richard Poole, Director of UK Brands at Greentube Alderney, said: “We have made significant investment in both people and technology to ensure gambling with Admiral Casino is as safe as possible. Achieving this accreditation is confirmation of the improvements we have made and will continue to make in the future.”
A GamCare spokesperson said: “It was clear from the assessment that Greentube Alderney Ltd has undertaken a significant amount of work in improving its approach to safer gambling.”
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