Social Gaming Association to Aid UK Gambling Commission

Social Gaming Association Social Gaming industry trade group the Social Gaming Association publicized that it will be aiding the UK Gambling Commission with the gathering of industry data in the upcoming months, as the Uk Gambling Commission undertakes formulating its future policy on social gaming and Online Gambling in the UK.

This agreement follows the release by the UK Gambling Commission of its report commissioned to research and analyze the potential risks posed by social gaming on the general public.

Stuart Tilly, Chairman of the Social Gaming Association commented – ‘We firmly support the balanced and considered approach taken by the Commission in its attempts to understand the social gaming industry and its pro-active attempts to engage with the industry through out,” “We welcome this opportunity to assist the Commission in seeking to address any consumer protection concerns raised in the report both through the provision of more detailed and targeted data and by the further promotion of the Association’s social responsibility initiatives within the industry.’

The Social Gaming Association has been established to protect and further the legal, regulatory and commercial interests of the social gaming industry, providing a unified set of socially responsible standards for its members to adhere to and a unified voice to address the concerns of industry detractors and pro-actively

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