All-in Diversity Project establishes strategic partnership with NOGA

All-in Diversity Project got support Netherlands Association for Online Games (NOGA) as part of a new strategic partnership expanding its reach in continental Europe.

As a partner of NOGA, the All-in Diversity Project will be able to leverage valuable information, webinars and training on diversity and equality. and the inclusion of the members of the association as well as the Dutch gambling market in general.

The addition of NOGA further strengthens the portfolio of international betting and gaming industry partners under the All-in Diversity Project by concluding into a strategic alliance from International Betting Fairness Association (IBIA) in February.

“Industry associations are extremely important in shaping the values, attitudes and direction of the market, as well as“ Working on key issues that affect everyone, ”noted Christina Takor-Rankin , co-founder of the All-In Diversity Project.

“NOGA's support for the All-in Diversity project is another step forward in ensuring that the community includes both. established and emerging markets, and every aspect of the sector has a say and a place at the negotiating table.

“Working in partnership with associations such as NOGA means we can accelerate progress, share more information and offer better tools to businesses based in the Netherlands. This is definitely an exciting partnership. "

NOGA acts as the trade association of online gambling operators in the Netherlands and remains committed to providing a well-regulated and secure betting market in the country with a focus on ensuring a “level playing field”.

Peter-Paul de Goy , Managing Director of NOGA, commented: “We are delighted to be part of the All-In Diversity Project international network representing the Netherlands. and promoting important issues of inclusion and diversity in the gambling industry in the Netherlands.

“NOGA and its members are fully committed to the values and goals of the All-In Diversity Project, and we will actively disseminate them among our colleagues. , gambling companies, employees, stakeholders and government authorities in the Netherlands ”.

The new partnership follows strengthening ties from By the Portuguese Portuguese Association of the Apostles and Joguscs (APAJO) in March as part of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to expand cooperation on responsible participation in online gambling.

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