Online Gamblers AcademyPublished: | Updated:
In our OG Academy, we take our audience on a journey of the best-regulated online operators, their most profitable offers, and best practices to gamble safely.
We will break down the operator’s marketing terms and conditions, share our operator competitor analysis, and serve you with inside views from influential industry events.
Online Gamblers website and social media are content-driven, with original articles and videos from in-depth research and reporting from our Director of Community, Catie Di Stefano (email@example.com) and Editor in Chief, Liga Tarasova (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We believe that the future of gambling should be educational, regulated, and healthy.
Our mission with healthy, responsible gambling
With over a decade of experience working with retention and customer experience in the online gambling industry, the team behind OnlineGamblers.com knows how to legally and responsibly gamble online.
Our mission is to reduce harmful gambling long-term.
We believe that this can be done in these first two steps:
Educating players before they start gambling (Safe Gambling)
Guiding them throughout the experience (Let’s Gamble!)
To learn best practices, we continuously attend conferences to see how the iGaming industry evolves and changes over time. In addition, we spread the word about safe and legal gambling in casino communities on social media to create a positive movement.
Why North America?
With over 40 years of experience in the European gambling industry, we believe there are benefits of sharing our learnings of healthy responsible gambling. As the United States is slowly opening up for online gambling, we have started to notice flaws in the processes applied to sustain players longterm.
Currently, the operators focus on First Deposit campaigns and ways to attract customers without proper safety measures. Our goal at Online Gamblers is to bridge the gap between players and operators. The Online Gamblers Academy is a guide that shows how-tos when it comes to retention campaigns, online operators offers, loyalty programs, and bonus offers.
If you or a loved one are experiencing a difficulty to control your gambling, don’t hesitate to call the National Council of Problem Gambling helpline at 1-800-522-4700.