BetMGM expand responsible gaming initiatives
BtMGM announced the next evolution of their responsible gaming initiative providing the gaming industry’s most comprehensive tools for both in-person and online gaming to help players make responsible, informed decisions.
The announcement comes as MGM Resorts and BetMGM join the National Council on Problem Gambling in promoting Problem Gambling Awareness Month throughout March.
MGM Resorts’ casino floors now feature a variety of slot machines with QR codes that offer access to responsible gaming information and educational materials from GameSense. GameSense is an industry-leading program, first developed and licensed to MGM Resorts in 2017 by the British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC), focusing on positive, transparent, and proactive conversations with players about how to gamble responsibly. Recently, MGM Resorts expanded its GameSense Advisor employee training program by certifying more than 180 GameSense Advisors who are now staffed at each MGM Rewards desk across the country. Also, GameSense signage is now being featured prominently throughout properties and on marquees.
“As we enter our fifth year with GameSense, we remain focused on offering new and innovative resources to our guests, designed to increase responsible gaming awareness and to promote healthy play,” said MGM Resorts CEO & President Bill Hornbuckle. “GameSense remains an instrumental part of our guest service model and we’re confident that it has and will continue to make a difference.”