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Unibet’s Maris Bonello urges industry to be “more responsive to change” at iGaming Education Forum

Updated: Feb 6, 2021

The inaugural iGaming Education Forum aims to ‘grow the industry’ through education when it opens at this year’s SiGMA conference, and this aim is validated by the inclusion of recognised industry specialist, Maris Bonello, who will be delivering the Responsible Gambling course in November. Bonello, who works as Integrity Analytics Manager at one of the largest online gaming companies in Europe, Unibet, will be driving social responsibility as a top priority at the forum whilst also pushing the industry to be “more responsive to change” when dealing with the topic and the stigmas which surround it.

Confirming the acceptance of the invitation to speak, iGaming Academy Director Jaime Debono, said: “Maris is an ideal fit for the iGaming Education Forum and we’re pleased to have someone in her position delivering this vital course. Her background at Unibet and the award-winning work she completed with the innovative detection tool PS-EDS (Player Safety – Early Detection System) highlights her passion for the subject matter and her knowledge of policies and practices used to promote consumer protection and awareness. Responsible Gaming is integral to the future of the iGaming sector and we know Maris will provide the best guidance to all attendees on how to respond to situations related to this topic.”

Commenting on the Responsible Gambling course at this year’s iGaming Education Forum, Maris Bonello, explained: “Responsible gambling is so important for anyone working in this industry and the more time passes, the more we are seeing this topic gain more momentum and importance. In the course I will provide first-hand experience on a number of topics covering psychology of gambling, gambling regulatory requirements and proactive approaches to responsible gambling in the online gambling world.”

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