Nevada Problem Gambling Committee Elects Feldman

MGM Resorts International Executive Vice President of Global Industry Affairs Alan Feldman recently was elected chairman of the Nevada State Advisory Committee on Problem Gambling, an agency of the Department of Health and Human Services. The committee supports effective problem gambling prevention, education, treatment and research programs throughout the state.

Feldman, who oversees MGM’s planning and implementation of policy development on industry issues and programs with a focus on responsible gambling, serves as chairman of the National Center for Responsible Gaming. He recently directed the launch of GameSense, an MGM program that encourages players to adopt behaviors and attitudes to help lower the risk of developing gambling disorders. Available at all MGM Resorts U.S. properties, GameSense has resulted in more than 750,000 positive responsible gambling conversations with guests and has been recognized by the National Council on Problem Gambling.

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