Better Change Combines Forces to Battle Problem Gambling

Written By Michael Whitlatch

Better Change, Gordon Moody, and Mindway AI are coming together to create a support network for those affected by this problem.

Three organizations collaborated to create the global support network for problem gambling, with the help of AI. Gordon Moody and Better Change join Mindway AI in the collaborative effort to make better technology for a more efficient user experience.

The company will end worrisome gambling behaviors by providing information about responsible gambling.

The company is also developing an online learning platform.

With the demand for treatment programs for gambling addiction rising significantly, the application for their services has increased by 123%.

They ensure that treatment options are available anytime and anywhere they’re needed. Victoria Reed was an advocate for collaboration and discovered that partnering with AI improved the safety of people and positively influenced the gambling experience

Better Change was founded by a successful therapist and an AI company, combining decades of experience in the gambling industry.

CEO, Rasmus Kjaergaard, said that industry collaborations are a critical aspect of their mission to promote player protection. Mindway has contributed their RG (risk management) services to join this global network initiative.

To help with new gambling regulation coming soon, the National Gambling Helpline is looking for someone with experience in that subject.

GamCare is going to improve decision-making and increase momentum by bringing in new members.

What is Responsible Gambling?

The term “responsible gambling” is used to describe gambling in a way that minimizes the risks associated with it. It involves setting limits on how much money and time you spend on gambling, as well as making sure that you only gamble with money you can afford to lose.

Responsible gambling is about making informed decisions and knowing when to stop. It’s important to remember that gambling should be a fun activity, not a way to make money.

If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, there are resources available to help. The National Council on Problem Gambling operates the National Helpline, which is a confidential and free service that can provide information, referral, and crisis counseling for problem gamblers and their families. You can reach the National Helpline at 1-800-522-4700.

What is Better Change?

Better Change is a campaign that encourages responsible gambling. The campaign was launched in response to the growing problem of gambling addiction in the UK.

The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness of the risks associated with gambling and to promote responsible gambling practices. The campaign is supported by a number of leading charities, including GamCare and GambleAware.

Better Change provides information and advice on how to gamble responsibly and how to get help if you or someone you know has a gambling problem.

If you’re worried about your gambling or the gambling of someone you know, visit the Better Change website for information and advice on what you can do.


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