Kindred Group publishes harmful gambling revenue report
Kindred Group has pursued to providing a safe gambling experience, with the ambition that zero per cent of the revenue should come from harmful gambling by 2023.
Kindred is the first gambling operator to report the share of revenue that is derived from harmful gambling. The figure will be shared together with a measurement of the efficiency of Kindred’s efforts to help detected customers regain control of their gambling.
By providing these figures, Kindred wants to increase knowledge and transparency about the company’s sustainability work and contribute to a fact-based dialogue about harmful gambling with decision-makers and other stakeholders.
Providing a safe gambling experience is a central issue for Kindred Group, and approximately 98 per cent of the players on the company’s platforms gamble responsibly. As a next step in Kindred’s sustainability work, the company will from now on report the share of revenue that is derived from harmful gambling. The figure will be shared together with the achieved improvement effects from interventions that helps detected customers return to healthier gambling.
“Our ambition is that zero per cent of our share of revenue should come from harmful gambling, which we have worked towards for several years. We constantly strive to become even better at identifying players that exhibit risky gambling behaviour and guide them back to healthier gambling habits.
We want gambling to be simple and enjoyable for everyone. Reducing harmful gambling in society is a long-term process which requires a fact-based, open, and constructive dialogue, not least with decision-makers. We want to contribute to that. The most important thing decision-makers can do right now is to reduce the flight to unlicensed gambling operators, who fail to provide players with any safety measures whatsoever. The so called channelisation must increase.”,
“In order to evaluate our own sustainability work and to counteract harmful gambling, we continuously measure how our efforts contribute to healthier gambling together with how much of our revenue that comes from harmful gambling. We want to share these figures to increase the understanding of our long-term sustainability work and contribute to a safer gambling experience. Local market regulation is an important part to achieve this.”, continues Henrik Tjärnström.
Kindred’s figures on revenue from harmful gambling will be updated quarterly and published on Kindred Group’s website together with a measurement of the effectiveness of the sustainability work.