Paf wins international award for the best responsible gaming program

Paf has won the prestigious Corporate Responsibility Program of the Year Award. The award was presented at the Global Gaming Awards, organized by the industry magazine Gambling Insider in London. The awards ceremony was organized in conjunction with the well-known international gaming event ICE.

“It is really satisfying and motivating that we have received international recognition for the measures we have put in place to strengthen our gaming responsibilities. Our efforts have clearly echoed throughout the gaming industry,” says Paf’s Deputy CEO and Chief Responsibility Officer, Daniela Johansson.

The winners in all categories were voted for by a jury of 50 gaming industry experts. Paf was awarded the prize, above all, for its annual mandatory loss limit. At the end of 2019 Paf reduced this limit to €25,000. Paf is still the only international gaming company in the world to have introduced a mandatory loss limit.

Grand Casino Luzern nominated too

The Swiss casino Grand Casino Luzern was also a nominee in the category for Casino of the Year. Paf is the online partner of Grand Casino Luzern. In Switzerland, only land-based casinos can obtain online gaming licences. Paf delivers the technology and games to Grand Casino Luzern’s gaming site mycasino.ch, which was launched in August 2019.

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