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Safe Mate, PlayOJO’s New Safer Gambling Tool Launches in the UK

PlayOJO - the fair online Casino and Bingo site has partnered with Neccton to launch a new tool helping players monitor their gambling

PlayOJO - the fair online Casino and Bingo site powered by SkillOnNet, has launched “Safe Mate” the Neccton tool helping players closely monitor their gambling behaviour.

Safe Mate, allows customers to track how much money they have deposited, how much money has been wagered and how much time has been spent on the site over the last six months.

The new tool developed in collaboration with behavioural scientists and psychologists, tracks player data, detects risk patterns, changes in behaviour and flags signs of potential problem gambling. It acts as a Safer Gambling assistant for each player that visits the site and gives them a health score and friendly nod when their habits are changing.

In addition, it allows players to compare what they think they have spent with what they have actually spent. And if a player is considered at risk, they are given personal feedback and tailored communications to help prevent problem gambling from occurring.

This latest tool is just one of PlayOJO’s commitments to promote Safer Gambling. The online Casino and Bingo site has various measures in place including 24/7 support, account self-assessments, affordability checks and time limits and continues to lead the way in bringing in new tools and measures to help its customers play safely.

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