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Internet casino LeoVegas has announced that they've launched a new responsible gaming measure, which the company is calling "LeoSafePlay".
LeoSafePlay will work to promote responsible gaming on the company's betting site. It provides players with information to identify and prevent problem betting behaviors, including a self-assessment tool that allows users to test themselves to see if there may be issues. The company will also has trained their staff to help ensure that they can help punters use the tools.
LeoVegas will be promoting the new service at sports events, including the recent match that took place between Arsenal and Norwich City.
Speaking about the deal LeoVegas Head of Customer Support Noel Zammit said, "At LeoVegas, we are dedicated to the duty of care we owe to our customers, to help them to play safely and responsibly. We are proud to be transparent on our stance in promoting responsible gambling and believe by tackling the issues head on through LeoSafePlay, we can help ensure gaming remains fun for our customers."
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