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IGT Publishes Responsible Gaming Policy

IGT Publishes Responsible Gaming Policy

International Game Technology PLC announced that it has released its global Responsible Gaming Policy. The policy was created to transparently inform and educate all relevant stakeholders about IGT’s worldwide programs and solutions designed to promote fair play and comply with requirements and regulations on responsible gaming in all jurisdictions in which the company operates.

“Responsible gaming is a cornerstone of all that we do at IGT, and an aspect of our business where we demonstrate leadership among gaming and lottery suppliers,” said Wendy Montgomery, IGT senior vice president of global brand marketing and communications. “In publishing IGT’s Responsible Gaming Policy, we demonstrate important transparency about the tenets of our commitments and the exemplary standard to which we hold our employees, products and partners.”

IGT counts a strong governance model, innovation and collaboration with internal and external partners as success drivers for its responsible gaming initiatives. Topic-focused working groups created through this new policy have been developed to explore emerging trends and best practices related to responsible gaming.

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