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AGEM Member Profile:


AGEM Member Profile:

G4, which stands for Global Gambling Guidance Group, is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. G4 works in a lot of different countries on different continents.

G4 is a group of international experts in the field of problem gambling and responsible gambling—safer gambling. G4 has staff and board members from different parts of the world. The company’s members have many years of experience working with the gaming industry worldwide to encourage responsible and safer gambling and minimize the harm caused by problem gambling. The G4 accreditation program is meant for land-based, online and lottery operators, as well as software and technology providers.

The G4 audit team has an elaborate experience with a number of responsible gaming frameworks. Besides the G4 standards, the team also carries out audits for the World Lottery Association and the European lotteries, as well as for the European Casino Association Responsible Gambling Framework.

Ynze Remmers is the G4 lead auditor, and a certified and registered IRCA auditor.

Every year the G4 standards are compared with other standards that can be found, and the G4 standards are updated when necessary. G4 wants to be recognized as a premier auditing and accreditation organization, but also on the level of the responsible gaming framework and standards.

G4 Chairman Pieter Remmers frequently attends conferences and presents on the topic of G4 and responsible gaming all over the world. This year, a conference will be organized in Brussels October 23-24 related to the topics so often discussed by G4, “Responsibility in Gaming and Gambling,” with a focus on the industry and the role of the regulator. Top speakers are invited and have accepted.

For more information on G4, contact [email protected] or visit G4’s website at

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