Swedish lottery goes live with Playscan 4.1

swedish sweedeniGaming Business – Swedish national state-owned lottery Svenska Spel has become the first operator to offer the latest solution from online gambling player protection software developer Playscan.

Customers of Svenska Spel will now have access to Playscan 4.1, a software product that helps to protect players.

The latest version includes additional input from gambling addiction support groups and usability research, in additions to a new risk scale and an in-depth view of the risk analysis.

The design, which Playscan said helps the player understand and further reflect on the risks associate with gambling, runs on multiple platforms including desktop, mobile and eGaming machines.

“The new features presented in the latest version of Playscan make us confident that gambling stays fun,” Svenska Spel chief executive officer Lennart Käll said.

“With Playscan 4.1 we are strengthening our responsible gambling initiatives further and taking new steps towards proactive harm minimisation.”

Henrik Hallberg, chief technology officer of Playscan, added: “The in-depth detail offers the players a mirrored image of their own gambling behavior – a very helpful feature if the player wants to understand more about the causes surrounding his or her risk analysis.”

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