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Rush Street Interactive (RSI) has become the newest partner of the American Gaming Association’s (AGA) “Have A Game Plan. Bet Responsibly.” public service campaign.

The Have A Game Plan campaign focuses on educating sports fans about the core principles of responsible sports betting: setting a budget and sticking to it, keeping betting social, knowing the odds, and playing with trusted, regulated operators. Through its commitment to the campaign, RSI will integrate Have A Game Plan content into its consumer marketing, employee training, and overall responsible gaming strategy.

“Responsible gaming is at the core of our business and joining AGA’s Have A Game Plan campaign is an important extension of these efforts. It is crucial that our industry prioritizes the protection of those who are vulnerable to gambling problems and others affected by their behavior. Through this partnership with AGA, we will continue to provide our players with new, user-friendly tools and resources to wager responsibly, while ensuring our employees are positioned to provide the best possible customer service and care,” Tammi Barlow, RSI director of corporate social responsibility, said.

“As legal sports betting increases in popularity and availability, the success of the industry relies heavily on educating players about responsible gaming. We’re proud to have Rush Street Interactive join us in this important endeavour,” Casey Clark, senior vice president of AGA, said.

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