We want to promote the idea that the game should only be fun and that the player can be able to accept a loss as part of the game. We do not want gambling to damage people's lives or destroy their personal and business relationships.
We raise awareness for campaigns for pathological gambling addiction prevention, also in accordance with the provisions of national and international legislation.
We are committed to designing and financing a project with a responsible gaming training kit that can be circulated in schools, because the spread of gaming addiction in minors has reached alarming levels, especially following the pandemic period. We strongly believe that informing and educating young people between the ages of 14 and 18 about responsible gaming can prevent dramatic consequences and raise awareness for future situations.