Scientific Games receives WLA certificate

Scientific Games receives WLA certificate

Thursday, September 24, 2015 Totally Gaming
The lottery operator was "honoured" to be awarded

Scientific Games has become the latest operator to receive the World Lottery Association's (WLA) Responsible Gaming Framework Certificate of Alignment (RGFCA).

The RGFCA is made up of eight areas in which companies are audited, including employee programme, product and service development, research, advertising and marketing communications, remote gaming environment, client awareness, stakeholder engagement, and reporting.

The WLA created the framework to “encourage and improve communication between lotteries and their suppliers”.

Simone Harrison, senior vice-president (lottery) for Scientific Games, said that the company was “honoured” to achieve the certification, and has enjoyed working closely with the WLA to develop pilot supplier Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) certification since 2012.

“Scientific Games is honoured to have played a role in establishing the WLA CSR certification standards based on our global best practices and more than 40 years of experience serving the lottery industry,” she said.

“Most importantly, we are honoured to achieve the Responsible Gaming certification. As one of the industry's major suppliers, we have a responsibility to all stakeholders: our business partners, our employees, our lottery customers, lottery retailers and consumers to ensure the development of secure and quality products.

“We recognise that suppliers in our industry should help our customers address the small percentage of players who are adversely affected by problem gambling.”
 

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