EUROMAT Endorses Romanian Social Responsibility Pledge

EUROMAT Endorses Romanian Social Responsibility Pledge                                                                                                                          

8 November 2018

EUROMAT’s Executive Committee travelled to Bucharest to witness the signing of a new social responsibility pledge co-signed by representatives of each gaming channel in the country. The Presidents of ROMSLOT, Responsible Gaming Association, The Romanian Association of Gaming Organizers and Producers, the Romanian Lottery, Romanian Bookmakers – Employers’ Organization of Romanian Betting Operators, Romanian Gambling Organizers’ Association – ROMBET, Association of Casinos’ Organizers in Romania, Remote Gambling Association and EXPROGAME signed up to a series of commitments to go beyond legal compliance and protect players.
Commenting on the pledge, EUROMAT President Jason Frost said: “At the heart of our business is the player. We want players to come to our venues to be entertained and to keep on coming back. They will only do this if we are in a position to protect them and these commitments show that the industry in Romania is serious about this”.
Karoly Buzas, a founding member of Romslot and a member of EUROMAT’s Executive Committee, added: “I am really pleased that we were able to bring together the whole industry to get behind these commitments.
“Social responsibility is not about legal compliance, it is about having a sustainable business. We are part of the wider leisure industry and to be successful in that market you have to put the customer first, in every respect”.
For further information please call EUROMAT Secretariat: +32 (0) 2 761 6684.


Notes to editors
The European Gaming and Amusement Federation (EUROMAT) is the voice of the land-based gaming entertainment industry in Europe, ahighly regulated and highly taxed industry sector accounting for more than 250,000 jobs across Europe.The organisation was established in 1979 to represent, through its affiliated national associations, private sector operators of gaming machines and the manufacturers that supply them. Today, EUROMAT has 18 national member associations from 12 European countries, as well as 4 corporate members. Further information on corporate membership is available here or you can contact Ms. Line Jubert : +32 47 65 20 273 / For further information about EUROMAT, please visit www.euromat.og and follow EUROMAT on LinkedIn and Twitter.

ROMSLOT is the Romanian Slots Organizers’ Association, one of the most active professional associations from the local gaming industry. ROMSLOT reunites the most important operators and producers of the land-based gaming entertainment industry, represents their interests in front of the authorities and unfolds various activities and projects for promoting an accurate image of the gaming industry. The main objective of ROMSLOT is to contribute at the development of a coherent and applicable legislation regarding the land-based games in Romania. For further information about ROMSLOT, please visit Contact: +40 (0) 21 337 1424 /

The Social Responsibility Pledge
The social responsibility pledge signed in Bucharest was as follows:

We, representatives of the companies working in gambling, of authorities and professionals who intervene in this domain:

  • Know the importance and impact of our activities on society;
  • Are aware that together we can make this impact a positive one to society.

We decided to cooperate to fulfil the following objectives:

  • To support professional research regarding the effects of gambling on individuals, families and communities.
  • To prevent difficulties that might occur during or after gaming entertainment through rehabilitation activities, programmes of education, and through training sessions for operators.
  • To ensure that the public perception of our activity is correct, well-informed and constructive.

We are committed to these objectives and are accountable to our players, their families and public opinion

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