Gamban, UK-based gambling prevention solutions developer, has signed an agreement with The Problem Gambling Help Network of West Virginia.
As per the agreement, Gamban will provide free access to its software for players and problem gamblers in West Virginia.
The National Council on Problem Gambling estimated in 2019 that 1 in 50 residents in West Virginia could have the problem of gambling addiction.Melissa Etherington, Partnerships Manager at Gamban, said:
“I am very pleased to be working with The Problem Gambling Help Network of West Virginia and happy that this partnership will provide an extra resource and layer of protection for those whose gambling has become a problem for them in West Virginia.”
Jennifer Davis-Walton, Director of Gambling Addiction Services at First Choice Services, added:
“It is exciting to partner with Gamban to provide a valuable tool for so many. With more accessibility to online gambling, the benefits of Gamban software are immeasurable for those experiencing gambling problems.”