Gamban’s Access Control Software Now Available in Spanish

Gamban’s Access Control Software Now Available in Spanish

Gamban, a self-exclusion specialist based in the United Kingdom, stated today that their software, which prevents residents from accessing websites promoting online gambling and financial trading, is now available in Spanish and to inhabitants of all Spanish-speaking nations.

Extending the Software’s Applicability

The revelation that the software that prevents gamblers from accessing over 1,000 gambling websites is now accessible in Spanish expanded the company’s global reach even further, as Spanish is the native language of the world’s second-largest population. Gamban Chief Executive Officer Jack Symons emphasized the importance of having their services available in Spanish to ensure that they are “accessible to as many people harmed by gambling as possible.” Symons highlighted the company’s growth over the last six years, establishing itself as the standard-setter in gambling blocking software.

According to Jack Symons, CEO of Gamban, Gamban is used by thousands of individuals worldwide and has received an enormous amount of good feedback, with some users stating that it literally saved their lives. Taking the initial step remains the most difficult obstacle, and they devote a great deal of time to making Gamban as simple and straightforward to install as possible. Gamban’s expansion into Spanish-speaking countries and people comes at a time when Spain’s markets and competition regulator, the Comisión Nacional de Los Mercados y la Competencia (CNMC), is actively advocating for new gambling rules.

Strengthening One’s Self-Exclusion Position

Gamban has previously demonstrated its commitment to the UK market by partnering with self-exclusion scheme GAMSTOP and premier treatment provider GamCare to provide free access to Gamban’s TalkBanStop.com website to those who have experienced gambling damage.

Independent research commissioned in 2018 by GambleAware, a UK charity dedicated to promoting responsible gambling, ranked Gamban as the most effective blocking software and established alternative products, and ensured that it is provided free of charge across all GamCare support networks in the country. Gamban is also available for free in Norway, thanks to a cooperation between the software developer and the country’s state-owned lottery and gambling operator Norsk Tipping.

In the United States, the software company worked with several large sports betting and online gaming operators to provide its blocking software, including DraftKings, FanDuel, and Unibet. Gamban was added to Paypal’s online payment settlement services lately. The software company, which won the Software Rising Star Award at the 2019 EGR B2B Awards and Reg Tech Provider of the Year at the Gambling Compliance Global Regulatory Awards, maintains that the blocking software was never intended to be used in isolation; as a result, its team continues to explore ways to integrate it with other schemes, tools, and initiatives aimed at increasing the rate of gambling addiction recovery.

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