Norwegian state-owned operator Norsk Tipping has entered into a partnership with the self-exclusion software provider Gamban. Under the agreement, players will be able to use Gamban’s free software to block themselves from accessing igaming websites and apps in the country.
Players can choose to self-exclude for 180 days, one year, three years or five years, with the blocker running across all devices. Users do not need to be a Norsk Tipping customer in order to access the blocking feature.
“Gamban is a valuable supplement to Norsk Tipping’s own exclusion systems,” Bjørn Helge Hoffmann, head of responsible gaming at Norsk Tipping, said.
“The filter makes it possible for us to offer extended protection to customers who want to block access to all gaming offers on the internet – both regulated and unregulated,” Bjørn Helge Hoffmann added.