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UK – Social Gaming Association to assist Gambling Commission

By - 24 May 2013

Following the release by the UK Gambling Commission of its report commissioned to research and analyse the potential risks posed by social gaming, the Social Gaming Association is pleased to announce that it will be assisting the Commission over the coming months with the collation of industry data as the Commission considers the report’s conclusions and begins to formulate its future policy regarding social gaming.

Stuart Tilly, Chairman of the Association commented: “We firmly support the balanced and considered approach taken by the Commission in its attempts to understand the social gaming industry and its pro-active attempts to engage with the industry throughout. We welcome the opportunity to assist the Commission in seeking to address any consumer protection concerns raised in the report both through the provision of more detailed and targeted data and by the further promotion of the Association’s social responsibility initiatives within the industry.”

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