International Game Technology has released its 2022 Sustainability Report, detailing the Company’s strong commitment to global sustainability and advancement of its environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance under its Sustainable Play initiatives.
“This marks the 16th consecutive year that IGT has released its Sustainability Report, demonstrating the Company’s comprehensive sustainability initiatives and the positive impacts they have on our people and the planet,” said Vince Sadusky, IGT CEO. “With a strong foundation centered around Sustainable Play and priorities aligned with UN Global Compact principles and Sustainable Development Goals, IGT continues to make considerable progress as an industry leader in global sustainability as we build a more sustainable business for the future.
With employees based in nearly 60 countries, IGT represents a multicultural environment where individual beliefs and needs are respected and valued. The Company is committed to protecting human rights, promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), and preventing acts of discrimination. IGT maintains a series of policies and procedures to promote a safe, equitable and inclusive work environment.
As a global leader in the gaming industry, IGT considers responsibility a critical part of its business. Risk mitigation features and capabilities are embedded in a system of codes, policies, guidelines, and best practices to protect customers, employees, players, suppliers, and the environment.
IGT encourages sustainable communities where the Company operates through corporate and employee-driven programs that align with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and facilitate opportunities for support, learning, and growth.
As a supplier and operator, IGT seeks to ensure that its corporate policies and the internationally recognized ESG standards apply to the entire value chain. IGT remains committed to addressing its environmental impact, implementing systems and strategies to prevent and mitigate its impact on climate change, biodiversity, and air pollution, while increasing circularity.
In 2022, IGT submitted near-term and long-term targets to the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) for validation, pledging to reduce its carbon emissions and help fight climate change.
The company implemented decarbonization workstreams to investigate opportunities for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that align with science based targets.