SG:certified, the gambling industry’s most comprehensive platform for helping operators gain certification in safer gambling and sustainability, announced that it has partnered with The Association of Certified Gaming Compliance Specialists (ACGCS). SG:certified will make training from the ACGCS available to its members to help them improve their practices.
The Association of Certified Gaming Compliance Specialists runs a certification, the Certified Gaming Compliance Specialist (CGCS), which equips casino gaming staff – across all levels of seniority – with the training and tools across 60 topics to effectively manage compliance topics such as AML and risks associated with the industry.
This partnership will enable the ACGCS training courses, including its flagship certification, the Certified Gaming Compliance Specialist, to reach a wider audience through placement on the SG:certified platform.
SG:certified is made up of experienced safer gambling, sustainability and compliance specialists who help global gaming operators successfully gain Licences, Safer Gambling & ESG certifications in jurisdictions around the world.
Aage Kirk, Partner at SG:certified said: “I’ve been impressed with the work done by The Association of Certified Gaming Compliance Specialists since they launched their certification last November and also see many other synergies with what we at SG:certified are trying to achieve. This shared desire to bring a positive impact to the gambling industry made them the ideal partner. I look forward to seeing what we can achieve together.”
Dr Messenger, Founder at Association of Certified Gaming Compliance Specialists said: “This is an ideal partnership for us as both organisations have a strong focus on social responsibility and respect for the role and responsibility that compliance plays in the gaming industry. I hope that this partnership helps increase discussions around social responsibility and compliance in the industry.”
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