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    Default GPWA Times Magazine: A call for transparency

    If the iGaming industry hopes to thrive moving forward, operators need to start providing hard data regarding player complaints and financials.

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    Read this article in the February 2017 issue of the GPWA Times Magazine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPWA Abby View Post
    If the iGaming industry hopes to thrive moving forward, operators need to start providing hard data regarding player complaints and financials.

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    Read this article in the February 2017 issue of the GPWA Times Magazine.
    Great read !

    Affiliates are calling (and fighting) for transparency since this industry started over a decade ago. Unfortunately very few companies decided to pick up this glove !

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    Quote Originally Posted by ocreditor View Post
    Great read !

    Affiliates are calling (and fighting) for transparency since this industry started over a decade ago. Unfortunately very few companies decided to pick up this glove !
    Although we've always had our issues, this is turning into a real bad business model lately.

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    Wow, this is great. And...

    The status quo is and always has been bad and unacceptable. A few people at the top are "kept happy" it seems (or are they still) - perhaps even for show, as in to win the confidence of "the masses" - but there is far too great and lopsided an imbalance.

    I was also among those addressing this years ago.

    The problem here is that the industry is one of the most keenly prone to the influence of "the love of money" one could possibly imagine. Ergo, the temptation to do wrong is as great as one could possibly imagine. In fact, for many it would not even be a temptation, but merely their preexisting natural inclination and desire. Ergo, the need for real checks and balances to the extent possible on such temptations and desires and real equitable rights for affiliates is as great as one could imagine.

    Oh yes, and specifically that means more access to data, among other things.

    Anyone with nothing to hide doesn't have a problem with that, by the way.

    But...

    I won't hold my breath any time soon.
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