Some internet users complain that some advertising of online casinos and gambling in general annoy them, especially when its quantity seems to become endless and unlimited. That’s why some people prefer to keep away themselves and their children from superfluous gambling content.
UK gambling commission announced a partnership with Twitter and the creation of a guide to support users who want to limit their gambling content to social media platforms. This new guide sets up various ways to configure platform security tools within a separate account to help reduce the risk of exposure to messages and ads related to gambling.
In addition, the UKGC said it would focus on developing a similar guide for users of other social networks in 2020. Twitter is the first platform working with UKGC on this initiative. By the way, according to the survey, most Japanese want to “freeze” the program for the construction of integrated resorts. Head of British Public Policy, Katie Minschall, said that relevant work on prohibited advertising content is ongoing. They also collaborate with industry partners on creating tools that can support their responsible advertising priorities.
However, in order to increase the security of gambling, the UKGC has established three industry working groups. They will be led by senior industry leaders who will be responsible for promoting valuable customers, advertising on the Internet and high product design. The UKGC said that this initiative appeared after a briefing for industry leaders at the end of last year, during which General Director Neil MacArthur outlined three problems and opportunities that the industry should use to raise standards and reduce harm in the sector. The group will focus on developing games and products, on technologies and encouragement of customers to gamble.