Green Gaming Predictive Tool Launched By Mr Green

Published Thursday, February 08, 2018 -
Green Gaming Predictive Tool Launched By Mr Green

The online gambling industry has evolved into a business that has to have respect for the consumer. The youth of today are the people running this relatively new industry that has gone global with its impact on societies everywhere. The regulated market puts the responsibility in part on governments and the rest with the betting business itself. There are still many changes coming in Australia the UK and the USA. There are a few operators adapting early to some of those regulatory changes and are ahead of the curve when it comes to providing the wagering public with the tools to be responsible gamblers.

The way the online gambling industry can combat and foresee issues developing is by utilizing algorithms that can detect behaviour that is out of the ordinary. The strategic use of the information provided by the consumers if the consumer chooses to submit to the analysis of betting habits can help the person understand the risk factors.

Online gambling company Mr Green Ltd. which offers online casino and sports betting and is licensed and regulated by the MGA, Malta Gaming Authority in Malta has recently launched the new Green Gaming Predictive Tool that uses the advanced data analytics. Headquartered in Sliema, Malta the public company is listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm exchange the company has made a concerted effort to reduce problem gambling harm. The Green Gaming Predictive Tool will also provide a dashboard indicating risk levels.

Per Norman Mr. Green’s Chief Executive Officer was happy to reveal the firm’s new model that he hopes will excite regulatory bodies everywhere. Customer protection and responsible gambling compliance are what gambling regulatory authorities across Europe and elsewhere are concentrating on now. Mr. Greens’ responsibility efforts come at a time as many as 6.9 million European citizens take part in online gaming every month.




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