BEVERLY, MASS. — March 22, 2023—We're excited to announce that the International Center for Responsible Gaming (ICRG) has been honored as Clarion Gaming's Charity Partner from November 2023 to October 2024. This prestigious recognition was unveiled during the UK's Safer Gambling Week, highlighting our organization among 24 distinguished not-for-profit entities in the safer gambling arena.
Andy Ventris, the ICE London Event Director at Clarion Gaming, praised the ICRG's unwavering commitment to helping those affected by gambling disorders and our proactive approach to preventing gambling problems. ICRG's dedication to conducting high-quality, independent research and providing evidence-based educational programs in gambling disorder and responsible gambling was key in securing this partnership with Clarion Gaming.
This partnership isn't just a token of recognition—it's a gateway to amplify our impact. We're set to play a significant role at ICE 2024, with our President, Art Paikowski, opening the Consumer Protection Zone and Donation Ceremony. Moreover, ICRG's presence will extend through Clarion Gaming's influential content platforms, allowing us to broaden our reach and engage with key international stakeholders.
Art expressed his heartfelt appreciation for this development. He sees it as a significant milestone that reflects our team's dedication and tireless efforts in championing responsible gambling initiatives. This partnership marks a collaborative stride forward, enabling both ICRG and Clarion Gaming to impact the responsible gambling landscape substantially.
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The ICRG, founded in 1996, continues to serve as the only funding source for scientific research on gambling disorder and responsible gambling in the United States. It has yielded nearly 500 articles published in peer-reviewed scientific journals and has recently become a global leader. For more information, visit www.icrg.org.
Nicole Scott, Director of Tribal Nations Relations and Communication
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