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Title: Recent Global Developments In Player Pre-Commitment Policies To Reduce Problem Gambling


1
Recent Global Developments In Player
Pre-Commitment Policies To Reduce Problem Gambling
  • Phillip Ryan
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Responsible Gaming Networks
  • Melbourne, Australia
  • NCPG CONFERENCE, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA.
  • JUNE 2009

2
Topics
  • What is Pre-Commitment?
  • What is its rationale?
  • How is it evolving?
  • What is the current state-of-play around the
    world?
  • What are the challenges for Pre-Commitment?
  • The technologies of Pre-Commitment
  • The new public policy driver within the USA
  • Pre-Commitment as a dynamic public policy
    solution

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What is Pre-Commitment?
  • Addresses the definition of problem gambling
  • problem gambling is characterized by
    difficulties in limiting money and/or time spent
    on gambling which leads to adverse consequences
    for the gambler, others, and for the community .

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What is Pre-Commitment?
  • Addresses the definition of problem gambling
  • problem gambling is characterized by
    difficulties in limiting money and/or time spent
    on gambling which leads to adverse consequences
    for the gambler, others, and for the community .
  • Based on academic research
  • Rational consumer purchasing decisions in
    gambling
  • Professor Mark Dickerson et al.
  • Players set money and time limits PRIOR to
    gambling

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What is Pre-Commitment?
  • Addresses the definition of problem gambling
  • problem gambling is characterized by
    difficulties in limiting money and/or time spent
    on gambling which leads to adverse consequences
    for the gambler, others, and for the community
    (1).
  • Based on academic research
  • Rational consumer purchasing decisions in
    gambling
  • Professor Mark Dickerson et al.
  • Players set money and time limits PRIOR to
    gambling
  • Focus on the player
  • Beyond the venues (hours of operation etc.),
    machines (spin rate, max bet etc.) and ATMs (cash
    withdrawals etc.)

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The Rules of Pre-Commitment
  • Player Pre-Commitment
  • Players set limits away from the gambling
    environment.

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The Rules of Pre-Commitment
  • Player Pre-Commitment
  • Players set limits away from the gambling
    environment.
  • Pre-commitment limits
  • Player monetary loss limits daily, weekly,
    monthly, annual.
  • Player time limits daily, weekly, monthly,
    annual.

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The Rules of Pre-Commitment
  • Player Pre-Commitment
  • Players set limits away from the gambling
    environment.
  • Pre-commitment limits
  • Player monetary loss limits daily, weekly,
    monthly, annual.
  • Player time limits daily, weekly, monthly,
    annual.
  • Gambling must stop when limits reached.

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The Rules of Pre-Commitment
  • Player Pre-Commitment
  • Players set limits away from the gambling
    environment.
  • Pre-commitment limits
  • Player monetary loss limits daily, weekly,
    monthly, annual.
  • Player time limits daily, weekly, monthly,
    annual.
  • Gambling must stop when limits reached.
  • Players set their own limits voluntarily with
    cooling-off period.

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The Rules of Pre-Commitment
  • Player Pre-Commitment
  • Players set limits away from the gambling
    environment.
  • Pre-commitment limits
  • Player monetary loss limits daily, weekly,
    monthly, annual.
  • Player time limits daily, weekly, monthly,
    annual.
  • Gambling must stop when limits reached.
  • Players set their own limits voluntarily with
    cooling-off period.
  • Players have a mandatory ID access device
    connected to their limits in order to play (e.g.
    plastic card, smart card or some other smart
    technology).

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The Rules of Pre-Commitment
  • Player Pre-Commitment
  • Players set limits away from the gambling
    environment.
  • Pre-commitment limits
  • Player monetary loss limits daily, weekly,
    monthly, annual.
  • Player time limits daily, weekly, monthly,
    annual.
  • Gambling must stop when limits reached.
  • Players set their own limits voluntarily with
    cooling-off period.
  • Players have a mandatory ID access device
    connected to their limits in order to play (e.g.
    plastic card, smart card or some other smart
    technology).
  • Gambling can only take place using an access
    device.

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Evolution of Pre-Commitment
  • Crown Casino, Melbourne, Australia - 2002
  • Introduced player-pre-commitment money limits on
    their 2,500 poker machines (first casino in the
    world to introduce).

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Evolution of Pre-Commitment
  • Crown Casino, Melbourne, Australia - 2002
  • Introduced player-pre-commitment money limits on
    their 2,500 poker machines (first casino in the
    world to introduce).
  • However, play did not stop when limits reached.
  • Players did not have to carry ID card to play.

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Evolution of Pre-Commitment
  • Crown Casino, Melbourne, Australia - 2002
  • Introduced player-pre-commitment money limits on
    their 2,500 poker machines (first casino in the
    world to introduce).
  • However, play did not stop when limits reached.
  • Players did not have to carry ID card to play.
  • Nova Scotia, Canada - 2006
  • Player ID registration and card required to play.
  • Trialled pre-commitment money and time limits on
    VLTs in two towns. (video clip)
  • Rolling out across all of Nova Scotia later this
    year.

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Todays Developments
  • Singapore Casinos
  • Marina Bay Las Vegas Sands (5 billion )
  • Sentosa Island Genting International (5
    billion ).
  • Pre-Commitment limits mandated by Government of
    Singapore.
  • Limits will apply across all forms of gambling
    slots, tables etc.
  • Limits will apply to residents and tourists.
  • Will my personal limits apply across both
    casinos?

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Todays Developments
  • Singapore Casinos
  • Marina Bay Las Vegas Sands (5 billion )
  • Sentosa Island Genting International (5
    billion ).
  • Pre-Commitment limits mandated by Government of
    Singapore.
  • Limits will apply across all forms of gambling
    slots, tables etc.
  • Limits will apply to residents and tourists.
  • Will my personal limits apply across both
    casinos?

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Todays Developments
  • Singapore Casinos
  • Marina Bay Las Vegas Sands (5 billion )
  • Sentosa Island Genting International (5
    billion ).
  • Pre-Commitment limits mandated by Government of
    Singapore.
  • Limits will apply across all forms of gambling
    slots, tables etc.
  • Limits will apply to residents and tourists.
  • Will my personal limits apply across both
    casinos?
  • Entrance fees for locals (s100 us70/visit ,
    s2000 us1400/year).
  • Strict self exclusion and third party exclusions
  • Welfare recipients bankrupts
  • Family exclusion
  • 28,000 people identified so far expect 55,000.
  • Convergence of Pre-Commitment, Exclusion and
    Access systems.

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Todays Developments
  • Singapore Casinos
  • Marina Bay Las Vegas Sands (5 billion )
  • Sentosa Island Genting International (5
    billion ).
  • Pre-Commitment limits mandated by Government of
    Singapore.
  • Limits will apply across all forms of gambling
    slots, tables etc.
  • Limits will apply to residents and tourists.
  • Will my personal limits apply across both
    casinos?
  • Entrance fees for locals (s100 us70/visit ,
    s2000 us1400/year).
  • Strict self exclusion and third party exclusions
  • Welfare recipients bankrupts
  • Family exclusion
  • 28,000 people identified so far expect 55,000.
  • Convergence of Pre-Commitment, Exclusion and
    Access systems.

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Marina Bay June 2009
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Marina Bay Final Outcome
21
Resort World Sentosa-Model
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Todays Developments
  • Norway
  • VLTs removed due to concerns with problem
    gambling.
  • All private owned machines taken over by
    state-owned Norsk Tipping.
  • Player ID registration introduced.
  • Machines returning with player pre-commitment.
  • Plus Government pre-commitment limits (us75/day
    (K400) us342/month (K2200) cooling off period
    after 1 hour continuous play ).
  • 1,600 out of 6,500 machines returned to date.

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Todays Developments
  • Norway
  • VLTs removed due to concerns with problem
    gambling.
  • All private owned machines taken over by
    state-owned Norsk Tipping.
  • Player ID registration introduced.
  • Machines returning with player pre-commitment.
  • Plus Government pre-commitment limits (us75/day
    (K400) us342/month (K2200) cooling off period
    after 1 hour continuous play ).
  • 1,600 out of 6,500 machines returned to date.

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Todays Developments
  • Norway
  • VLTs removed due to concerns with problem
    gambling.
  • All private owned machines taken over by
    state-owned Norsk Tipping.
  • Player ID registration introduced.
  • Machines returning with player pre-commitment.
  • Plus Government pre-commitment limits (us75/day
    (K400) us342/month (K2200) cooling off period
    after 1 hour continuous play ).
  • 1,600 out of 6,500 machines returned to date.

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Todays Developments
  • Australia
  • State Government of Victoria
  • By 2013 all new machines must have
    pre-commitment.
  • Abolished role of private operators in the
    industry value chain (TABCORP and Tattersalls).
  • Pre-Commitment specifications to be released
    later this year.
  • Australian Ministerial Council on Gambling
  • Pre-commitment a priority area to reduce harm
    from gambling
  • Analysis of Gambler Pre-Commitment Behaviour,
    June 2006
  • Gambler Support for Pre-Commitment
  • 7 out of 10 slot players support compulsory
    pre-commitment limits
  • 8 out of 10 slot players support voluntary
    pre-commitment limits

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Todays Developments
  • Australia
  • State Government of Victoria
  • By 2013 all new machines must have
    pre-commitment.
  • Abolished role of private operators in the
    industry value chain (TABCORP and Tattersalls).
  • Pre-Commitment specifications to be released
    later this year.
  • Australian Ministerial Council on Gambling
  • Pre-commitment a priority area to reduce harm
    from gambling
  • Analysis of Gambler Pre-Commitment Behaviour,
    June 2006
  • Gambler Support for Pre-Commitment
  • 7 out of 10 slot players support compulsory
    pre-commitment limits
  • 8 out of 10 slot players support voluntary
    pre-commitment limits

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Todays Developments
  • State of Queensland Trial of Pre-Commitment
  • Two venues (clubs) - Redcliffe and Sandgate.
  • Players not required to have ID to play
    leakage.
  • ID card loaded with digital cash problematic.
  • Player losses reduced by 25/day, possible
    state-wide rollout

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Todays Developments
  • State of Queensland Trial of Pre-Commitment
  • Two venues (clubs) - Redcliffe and Sandgate.
  • Players not required to have ID to play
    leakage.
  • ID card loaded with digital cash problematic.
  • Player losses reduced by 25/day, possible
    state-wide rollout
  • State of South Australian Trial of
    Pre-Commitment
  • Four venues (hotels).
  • Re-configuration of J Card loyalty system.
  • Players not required to have ID to play
    leakage.
  • Play does not stop when limits reached no
    control.
  • Industry attempting to re-position
    pre-commitment.

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Tomorrows Developments
  • Canada
  • All Canadian Operators
  • 2009 Study on Global Pre-Commitment
  • Report to be released in next few weeks
  • Atlantic Lottery Corporation
  • Its four jurisdictions watching Nova Scotia
    developments
  • Ontario Lottery Gaming Corporation
  • Introducing biometric facial self-exclusion later
    this year in response to court class actions
  • Lotto Quebec
  • Reviewing pre-commitment for next generation
    machines.

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Pre-Commitment Technologies
  • Plastic cards
  • Smart cards
  • USB Keys

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Old Technologies
  • Limitations of plastic cards with PIN
  • Cards have very low storage capacity (lt1k)
  • Cards PINs can be swapped between gamblers
  • Cards can be easily copied/skimmed
  • Cards require an additional card reader
  • Cards operate on different proprietary standards
  • Cards limited to a single gambling network

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Old Technologies
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Old Technologies
  • Smart cards with PIN
  • Player loyalty systems with convenience
    expenditure
  • Cards have minimal storage capacity (32k)
  • Cards PINs can be swapped between gamblers
  • Cards require an additional expensive card reader
  • Cards operate on different proprietary smartcard
    standards
  • Cards limited to a single gambling network
  • Smartcards use problematic digital cash
  • Players lose connection with the use of real
    money
  • Increased risks for problem gamblers (Aust .Govt.
    KPMG Report on Problem Gambling 2002)
  • Professor Mark Griffiths Suspension of Judgment

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Nova Scotia Trial Findings
  • International Gaming Institute, University of
    Nevada
  • Players beat the system via card sharing
  • 37 of panelists shared cards.
  • Card sharing occurred for periods up to one week
    at a time.
  • Card sharing correlated to PGSI score (i.e. PGs
    shared the most).

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Nova Scotia Trial Findings
  • International Gaming Institute, University of
    Nevada
  • Players beat the system via card sharing
  • 37 of panelists shared cards.
  • Card sharing occurred for periods up to one week
    at a time.
  • Card sharing correlated to PGSI score (i.e. PGs
    shared the most).
  • Should pursue measures to address this specific
    problem
  • Biometric ID solution required (fingerprint,
    facial etc) for pre-commitment solutions

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New Technology Solutions
  • Biometrics
  • Unique characteristics of every human being.
  • Eyes, fingers, voice, handwriting etc
  • Cannot be easily exchanged between humans
  • Most developed biometric is fingerprints
  • Developed by FBI in 1920s
  • Recognized and accepted globally
  • Lowest cost biometric
  • New technologies have digitized fingerprint
    biometrics

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Fingerprint Biometrics
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Fingerprint Biometrics
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USB Player Protection Key
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USB Player Protection Key
  • Electronic Key unique for each player
  • Biometric identification of owner
  • Eliminates sharing of ID amongst players
  • On-board fingerprint scanner storage
  • No central storage of player biometrics

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USB Player Protection Key
  • Electronic Key unique for each player
  • Biometric identification of owner
  • Eliminates sharing of ID amongst players
  • On-board fingerprint scanner storage
  • No central storage of player biometrics
  • Plug-and-Play Device no batteries
  • Connects directly into all USB outlets
  • Eliminates need for a card reader
  • On board microprocessor multi-venue

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USB Player Protection Key
  • Electronic Key unique for each player
  • Biometric identification of owner
  • Eliminates sharing of ID amongst players
  • On-board fingerprint scanner storage
  • No central storage of player biometrics
  • Plug-and-Play Device no batteries
  • Connects directly into all USB outlets
  • Eliminates need for a card reader
  • On board microprocessor multi-venue
  • Massive storage capacity (64 Gigabytes)
  • Coverage across multiple gambling operators
  • Coverage across all channels of distribution
  • Off line venues, Internet, Kiosks, TV
  • Coverage across all forms of gambling - gaming,
    lotteries, wagering, sports, spread betting.
  • Read/Write 100 times faster than a smartcard
    system

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USB Player Protection Key
  • Players at venues still use real cash in machines
  • No cost to player for device
  • Provided by Government or operator(s)
  • Ideal self-exclusion mechanism
  • Extensive player database for researchers and
    regulators

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Biometric Gaming Standards
  • Regulators - Nevada Gaming Commission
  • Biometric technical standards established for
    gambling
  • Mobile Gaming System Policies
  • May 2006
  • Two Factor authentication (device biometrics)
    for player ID
  • Established standards for
  • Cryptographic protocols
  • Encryption algorithms
  • Machine Manufacturers - Gaming Standards
    Association
  • USB now adopted as Gaming Device Standard GDS
    for all slot machines globally.

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Player Protection Key
  • Already internet compliant
  • USB connectivity for all computers
  • Universal connectivity standard

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Internet Gambling Industry
  • Globally
  • 700 million internet users globally
  • 2,500 internet gambling sites
  • 16 billion of player gambling losses last year
  • 50 of loss attributed to US residents
  • New Zealand
  • 75 of NZ population use the internet
  • 50 of NZ children use the internet daily
  • 12-17 year olds in NZ use the internet as often
    as the heaviest adult users
  • NZD2 billion spent on terrestrial gambling
  • Will result in an emerging digital problem

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Internet Gambling Models
  • Old Internet Models
  • Ban access to all local internet casinos
  • Allow open access to all internet casinos
    globally
  • Both regulatory models increase player risks
    around
  • casino authenticity
  • lack of financial regulatory controls
  • consumer protection
  • underage gambling
  • problem gambling.

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Internet Gambling Models
  • Old Internet Models
  • Ban access to all local internet casinos
  • Allow open access to all internet casinos
    globally
  • Both regulatory models increase player risks
    around
  • casino authenticity
  • lack of financial regulatory controls
  • consumer protection
  • underage gambling
  • problem gambling.
  • New Internet Model
  • Allow access to approved list of casinos

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New Internet Model
CASINO A
CASINO B
INTERNET PORTAL
CASINO C
USB Player Protection Key
CASINO D
CASINO E
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New Internet Model
CASINO A
CASINO B
INTERNET PORTAL
CASINO C
USB Player Protection Key
CASINO D
CASINO E
Player Pre-Commitment and Authentication
Government Taxation
Casino Authentication Regulatory Supervision
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New Internet Model
  • Player Benefits
  • One registration process for the player across
    all operators.
  • One set of pre-commitment limits across all
    operators.
  • One self-exclusion registration across all
    operators.
  • Consumer protection from locally regulated
    operators.

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New Internet Model
  • Player Benefits
  • One registration process for the player across
    all operators.
  • One set of pre-commitment limits across all
    operators.
  • One self-exclusion registration across all
    operators.
  • Consumer protection from locally regulated
    operators.
  • Government Benefits
  • No risks of under-age gambling.
  • Reduces risks of increased problem gambling.
  • State-of-residence player identification.
  • Allows for better regulation taxation of the
    industry.

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New USA Public Policy Driver
  • President Obama has promised tax-cuts to middle
    America.
  • USA in a recession with declining taxation
    revenues.
  • 1.5 trillion federal deficit likely (before tax
    cuts) in 2008/09.
  • Democrats control both Houses and Presidency.
  • Corporate tax hikes and new taxes on the agenda.

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New USA Public Policy Driver
  • President Obama has promised tax-cuts to middle
    America.
  • USA in a recession with declining taxation
    revenues.
  • 1.5 trillion federal deficit likely (before tax
    cuts) in 2008/09.
  • Democrats control both Houses and Presidency.
  • Corporate tax hikes and new taxes on the agenda.
  • Most Democrats support internet gambling.
  • Internet Gambling is a major source of new
    taxation revenues.
  • Regulated internet gambling is coming with
    built-in protections
  • Underage gambling controls.
  • Problem gambling controls.
  • With strict controls to eliminate the mediocre
    internet operators
  • Only 1 in 3 internet operators conform to
    standards NAGS December 2008
  • Potential for US Government Problem Gambling
    funding

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New US Internet Gambling Policy
  • President Obama has promised tax-cuts to middle
    America.
  • USA in a recession with declining taxation
    revenues.
  • 1.5 trillion federal deficit likely (before tax
    cuts) in 2008/09.
  • Democrats control both Houses and Presidency.
  • Corporate tax hikes and new taxes on the agenda.
  • Most Democrats support internet gambling.
  • Internet Gambling is a major source of new
    taxation revenues.
  • Regulated internet gambling is coming with
    built-in protections
  • Underage gambling controls.
  • Problem gambling controls such as pre-commitment.
  • With strict controls to eliminate the mediocre
    internet operators
  • Only 1 in 3 internet operators conform to
    standards NAGS December 2008
  • Potential for US Government Problem Gambling
    funding

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Pre-Commitments Real Value
  • Isnt that it only places the focus and
    protection on the gambler
  • But also stops exploitation of the player by any
    party in the industry value chain
  • Therefore creates a Dynamic public policy
    solution to future technological evolution.

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Pre-Commitments Real Value
  • Isnt that it only places the focus and
    protection on the gambler
  • But it also stops exploitation of the player by
    any party in the industry value chain
  • Therefore creates a Dynamic public policy
    solution to future technological evolution.

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Pre-Commitments Real Value
  • Isnt that it only places the focus and
    protection on the gambler
  • But it also stops exploitation of the player by
    any party in the industry value chain and
  • Therefore creates a Dynamic public policy
    solution to future technological evolution.

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Value Chain Exploitation Risks
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Player Exploitation Risks
SLOT
PLAYER
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Player Exploitation Risks
SLOT
PLAYER
EXAMPLE CBC TV NEWS Report Konami
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Pre-Commitment Protection
SLOT
PLAYER
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Player Exploitation Risks
PLAYER
VENUE
OPERATOR
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Player Exploitation Risks
EXAMPLE CBC TV NEWS Report Atlantic Lottery
Corporation Agents
PLAYER
VENUE
OPERATOR
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Pre-Commitment Protection
PLAYER
VENUE
OPERATOR
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Player Exploitation Risks
PLAYER
BANK
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Pre-Commitment Protection
PLAYER
BANK
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Value Chain Exploitation Risks
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Pre-Commitment Protection
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Pre-Commitment
  • Rapid Diffusion into Public Policy over last 12
    months.

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Pre-Commitment
  • Rapid Diffusion into Public Policy over last 12
    months.
  • New global installations will drive increased
    adoption.

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Pre-Commitment
  • Rapid Diffusion into Public Policy over last 12
    months.
  • New global installations will drive increased
    adoption.
  • New technologies will aid adoption.

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Pre-Commitment
  • Rapid Diffusion into Public Policy over last 12
    months.
  • New global installations will drive increased
    adoption.
  • New technologies will aid adoption.
  • New technologies will converge access, exclusion
    and pre-commitment systems.

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Pre-Commitment
  • Rapid Diffusion into Public Policy over last 12
    months.
  • New global installations will drive increased
    adoption.
  • New technologies will aid adoption.
  • New technologies will converge access, exclusion
    and pre-commitment systems.
  • These new technologies will be applied on-line
    off-line.

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Pre-Commitment
  • Rapid Diffusion into Public Policy over last 12
    months.
  • New global installations will drive increased
    adoption.
  • New technologies will aid adoption.
  • New technologies will converge access, exclusion
    and pre-commitment systems.
  • These new technologies will be applied on-line
    off-line.
  • Governments will re-structure industry value
    chains to protect their gambling revenues.

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Pre-Commitment
  • Rapid Diffusion into Public Policy over last 12
    months.
  • New global installations will drive increased
    adoption.
  • New technologies will aid adoption.
  • New technologies will converge access, exclusion
    and pre-commitment systems.
  • These new technologies will be applied on-line
    off-line.
  • Governments will re-structure industry value
    chains to protect their gambling revenues as it
    is introduced.
  • USA has the potential to take global leadership
    in on-line gambling protection mechanisms.

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Questions?
  • Contact
  • Phillip Ryan
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Responsible Gaming Networks
  • Melbourne, Victoria. Australia
  • p_ryan_at_responsible.com.au
  • Mobile 61 417 313 726

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