The World Lottery Association Recertifies New Jersey Lottery for Level 4 Responsible Gaming Certification
TRENTON, NJ (Dec. 20, 2019) – In 2016, the New Jersey Lottery was only the third state lottery in the nation to be awarded a World Lottery Association Responsible Gaming Level Four Certification, the highest level of international recognition in the gaming industry. The Lottery has been recertified by the World Lottery Association in 2019 for continued efforts to incorporate responsible gaming best practices into its everyday operations.
The World Lottery Association Responsible Gaming Principles and Framework Certification Program outlines lotteries’ level of commitment to corporate social responsibility and responsible gaming. New Jersey Lottery received the recertification of its Level 4 distinction for its commitment to continued review and ongoing development of extensive responsible gaming efforts.
“I am proud of New Jersey Lottery’s efforts to incorporate responsible gaming messages into all areas of communication and our work toward continued enhancements of the Responsible Play Program,” said New Jersey Lottery Acting Executive Director James A. Carey, Jr.
“We are pleased that the extensive review by the World Lottery Association of our responsible gaming initiatives and continued commitment has earned the New Jersey Lottery recertification of the prestigious Level 4 Responsible Gaming Certification.”
CONTACT: Missy Gillespie, Communications Manager, T: Phone: (609) 599-5875, E: PublicInfo@lottery.nj.gov.
SOURCE: New Jersey Lottery.Tags: WLA, Responsible Gaming, New Jersey Lottery