Operator of the Maltese National Lottery and INTRALOT’s subsidiary in Malta, Maltco Lotteries has again contributed to the Responsible Gaming Foundation (RGF) in the form of a €50,000 donation intended to be used for initiatives to promote responsible gaming on the island.
Maltco made the announcement through its annual CSR programme, while also unveiling the Responsible Gaming Campaign for 2021: Balance is the Name of the Game – Play Responsibly.
The company held a press conference to announce the donation in the presence of Kevin O’Neill, General Manager of the Responsible Gaming Foundation, and Silvio Schembri, Economic and Industry Minister, among others.
Praising Maltco’s commitment, Mr O’Neill remarked:
“I know that Maltco’s heart is in the right place when it comes to displaying its Responsible Gaming ethos as evidenced by their participation in RGF’s recent training as part of the TAKE ACTION Project to ensure a safe, fair and enjoyable customer experience”.
Vasileios Kasiotakis, Maltco Lotteries CEO said it is the company’s mission to ensure its players are entertaining themselves in a responsible manner.
“Our commitment is to provide players with responsible entertainment which encompasses the provision of numerous entertaining and cutting-edge games specifically designed on responsible gaming principles. Furthermore, our agents are receiving ongoing training to devote any required effort, daily, in a continuous endeavour to protect the players from any Problem Gambling issue and direct them as appropriate to a secure and entertaining gaming experience”.
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