The annual Safer Gambling Week is fast approaching, and many UK operators are all set to spread the word (17th to 24th October) through their gambling websites providing awareness of the importance of safer gambling and encouraging a conversation with customers, staff, and the general public.
Safer Gambling Week 2022
The aim of Safer Gambling Week is the promotion of people to gamble more safely, discuss tools available to help protect themselves, and sources of advice if they feel their gambling is getting out of control.SkillOnNet which owns a string of successful online casinos has joined Safer Gambling Week and has encouraged its operators and affiliates to promote the cause to its customer base.SkillOnNet brands including PlayOJO, Genting Casino, and SpinGenie will all play an active role in the promotion of Safer Gambling Week. Egaming Online, SkillOnNet’s affiliate program has asked its affiliates to promote Safer Gambling Week by adding the banner to its Homepages. If affiliates use email campaigns, they have encouraged them to deliver Safer Gambling Week emails.
Encouraging Safer Gambling
Safer Gambling Week is promoted through many social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with the aim to bring people in the industry together collectively to deliver the best advice on the importance of safer gambling and resources available to help combat problem gambling.While the review of the Gambling Act is still under scrutiny after being delayed on more than one occasion, SkillOnNet realise the importance of keeping players safe while playing at online casinos or betting sites.Michael Golembo SkillOnNet sales and marketing director said, “Safer Gambling Week has always been a watchword for SkillOnNet and we have always expected the same of our EGO affiliate marketing partners. They have always done a great job of arming players with the tools and knowledge they need to make responsible decisions and informing them about resources available if gambling becomes a problem.”