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AGA kicks off first Responsible Gaming Education Month

1 September 2022

(PRESS RELEASE) -- The American Gaming Association commenced Responsible Gaming Education Month 2022 today by releasing a new edition of the Responsible Gaming Statutes and Regulations Guide.

Updated for the first time since 2019, the guide is a centralized collection of the statutes and regulations addressing responsible gaming in the 34 states and the District of Columbia with commercial casinos, sports betting or iGaming as of 1 July 2022. Since the last guide was released, two new states have legalized land-based casino gaming, 16 states have legalized sports betting, and two states have legalized iGaming.

“While our members’ responsibility commitments go above and beyond what is required of them, this guide is a valuable resource for our industry to maintain its high standards of regulatory compliance in all facets of responsible gaming,” said AGA Vice President, Strategic Communications & Responsibility Cait DeBaun.

The release of the updated guide coincides with the beginning of RGEM 2022, expanded from a week to a month for the first time this year. RGEM 2022 is organized around four weekly themes that encompass the industry’s commitment to responsible gaming:

  • Sept. 1-10: Empowering Customers to Play Responsibly
  • Sept. 11-17: Legal, Regulated Gaming Protects Players
  • Sept. 18-24: Employees—the RG Front Line
  • Sept. 25-30: Advancing Responsible Gaming with Technology

“Our industry’s focus on responsibility has only grown with the expansion of legal gaming,” continued DeBaun. “RGEM 2022 provides an extended opportunity to highlight our industry’s responsible leadership while continuing to strengthen player and employee education. We are thrilled for the entire U.S. gaming community to join us throughout September.”

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