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IGT ACHIEVES ICAP RE-CERTIFICATION
13th March, 2017 at 13:44:19
Compliant with Internet Responsible Gambling Standards.
International Game Technology (IGT) was commended for its commitment to responsible gambling and player protection following receipt of the Internet Responsible Gambling Compliance Assessment Program (iCAP) Re-Certification.
iCAP certification, first received by IGT in February 2016, offers assurance to operators and consumers that IGT's business-to-consumer websites and IGT platforms offered in the business-to-business market are compliant with the Internet Responsible Gambling Standards (IRGS) developed in 2012 by the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG).
"Responsible Gaming is at the core of every IGT decision," Giuseppe Portoricco, vice president of player account platforms and iLottery at IGT, said. "Whether it is an interactive game or a new technology solution, we are guided by this principle. Our goal is to always promote responsible play while creating a fun player experience. iCAP is helping IGT achieve this objective."
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