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Responsible gaming tool Bet Blocker has been approved as a responsible gambling charity by the UK Gambling Commission, which serves as the country's chief gaming regulator.
Bet Blocker was developed by fellow affiliate site The Pogg, and is a piece of software that allows punters to block access to gambling sites. The app can limit your access to sites for as little as 24 hours or as long as 5 years. The app was launched last year, and already holds a license through Scotland's charity regulator OSCR.
The app will now have added credibility, with it being formally recognized by one of the world's largest gambling markets.
Bet Blocker is now available on smartphone devices running iOS and Android, and the web version can be accessed via PC. Bet Blocker is completely free to use for players.