BettorEdge to Offer Responsible Gaming Resources and Connections to Problem Gambling Care through Birches Health Partnership

By | March 19, 2024


BettorEdge, a national online sports betting exchange and social platform, has joined forces with Birches Health to provide its audience with new Responsible Gaming education tools and customized problem gambling care referral pathways. Winner of SBC Rising Star of the Year in 2022 and shortlisted for an SBC Social Responsibility award in 2023, BettorEdge is continuing its pioneering efforts to teach and encourage responsible gaming behaviors by offering a new self-assessment and dedicated learning platform built by Birches Health. Additionally, Birches Health’s Problem Gambling resources and care options will be featured in the BettorEdge app to build awareness and ensure ease of access to best-in-class treatment offerings.

“BettorEdge was built with the customer in mind and we are constantly innovating to put the community’s needs first. Partnering with Birches Health takes that vision to the next level and provides our community with fast, easy, and affordable support when they need it the most,” said Greg Kajewski, Co-Founder of BettorEdge.

“We are excited to partner with BettorEdge, who will feature resources and a direct problem gambling treatment pathway for players,” added Elliott Rapaport, Founder of Birches Health. “The joint-focus of this partnership is ensuring that at-risk individuals are able to access needed care.”

Birches Health is a digital healthcare startup that provides resources and treatment services for behavioral addictions, focusing primarily on gambling and gaming disorders. With offerings aimed at three core areas of education, proactive engagement and treatment, Birches Health has created custom online learning modules, assessments and content to help audiences learn how to engage in gaming activities responsibly. The platform also features easily accessible, flexible care options for at-risk individuals.

To access online educational and assessment resources or explore treatment options, visit, email [email protected] or call (833) 483-3838.


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