Caesars Entertainment joined National Problem Gambling Awareness Month by releasing an official press release highlighting the company’s ongoing commitment to the cause. The updated self-exclusion policy and 21+ gaming policy are designed to improve the betting environment and show operator’s commitment to integrity and customer service.
Self-Exclusion gets a substantial update
Caesars’ self-exclusion policy is the first update to their policies. This initiative will be significantly expanded by March and will become the most extensive exclusion option in the USA. The goal of large-scale integration between Caesars Entertainment’s brick and mortar and iGaming operations is to provide nationwide coverage.
Caesars Entertainment CEO Tom Reeg said that Caesars Entertainment’s position in North America was a significant responsibility. He stressed the importance of maintaining a strong foundation and a user-friendly business model. He was enthusiastic about the new measure and said it had benefited both the company and the community.
We can remove a person from any gaming platform by simply telling them that it is not in their best interests to play with us.
Tom Reeg, Caesars Entertainment CEO
Anyone whose name appears in a Caesars self-exclusion will be added to Caesars’ universal registry. They will then be unable bet on any of Caesars’ gaming platforms or facilities. Individuals considering this measure may also register, opting out from all marketing and online benefits.
Persons below 21 will be subject to significant restrictions
Caesars has also made significant updates to its safe gaming efforts, including the 21+ gaming policy. This policy prohibits users under 21 years old from accessing the operator’s services in jurisdictions that allow gambling. The new rules state that only those over 21 years old can access iGaming or sportsbook content.
Caesars will restrict reward programs to people over 21 in jurisdictions that prohibit such restrictions. Anthony Carano , the company president, and COO, highlighted Caesars’ unwavering commitment to fighting underage gambling through the implementation of proven and workable solutions. He stated that the new policy would be in compliance with all sectors and jurisdictions.
Our commitment to our guests as well as to the industry is reflected in our consistent age restrictions.
Anthony Carano, Caesars Entertainment COO
In a press release, Caesars highlighted the many ways it had helped local communities. Caesars is committed to offering responsible gambling training to its employees. It also donates substantial sums to charitable organizations and research groups dedicated to gambling harm prevention. Caesars’ Responsible Gaming council was established recently to oversee all aspects of Caesars and ensure that it remains a leader in safe gaming initiatives.