Trevor De Giorgio

In an effort to strengthen its player protection initiatives, Malta-based online and mobile gaming company, Greentube, has shown its support by donating to self-exclusion software provider, BetBlocker.

“We take player protection extremely seriously at Greentube and constantly work to ensure that we contribute to advance this crucial area of our industry,” says Trevor De Giorgio, Chief Legal Officer at Greentube.

“BetBlocker is a fantastic tool that helps players control their gambling and we are very impressed with how the product has been enhanced over the year to offer even stronger protection.”

BetBlocker, a free application that players install on their devices, offers protection to players by blocking access to a vast number of gambling websites.

This is the second consecutive year that the company, which is funded by donations, received a contribution from Greentube.

Duncan Garvie, Manager at BetBlocker, shared his gratitude towards the company for its ongoing support of the project. “The industry donations we receive are crucial as it helps us further improve the tool and makes it even easier for players to control or restrict their gambling activities. We have a number of projects in the pipeline and Greentube’s donation will help us take BetBlocker to the next level.”

One of the tool’s most recent upgrades included a calendaring system, giving players greater control of when to activate the app’s blocking abilities, making BetBlocker a responsible gaming tool rather than a self-exclusion tool alone.

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