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- Advocates urge regulators to include enhanced responsible gambling plans in casino reopening guidelines
Rising interest in cashless payments in land-based casinos prompts questions about how new technologies can be used to enhance responsible gambling, according to problem gambling advocates.
“Gambling is one of the last cash-based industries,” Keith Whyte, executive director of the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG), said Thursday during an hour-long webinar on cashless payments and responsible gambling.
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