888 POWERED SEALS AWARDED BY ECOGRA
 
888.com white label client LuckyAce accredited for online casino and poker operations
 
888.com’s white label operation's online gambling sites LuckyAceCasino.com and LuckyAce Poker.com owned by the Kamay Holdings group, have successfully achieved accreditation and the right to display the eCOGRA "Safe and Fair" online gambling seal, a press release from the player protection and standards organisation announced this week.
 
White label operations are those that are owned and marketed by the client company, with back office operational management by the provider, in this case the well established and Gibraltar-licensed online gambling group 888.com, a founder member of eCOGRA in 2003.
 
Commenting on the awards, eCOGRA CEO Andrew Beveridge said: "Recently LuckyAce applied for the eCOGRA seal accreditation. 
 
"After extensive testing and inspection the compliance team, and the Independent Directors who scrutinised the result of the compliance process, are satisfied that all issues have been fully addressed, and that the LuckyAce owners are now fully aware of what is expected of them as eCOGRA seal holders.
 
"Like all eCOGRA-accredited operations, the LuckyAce brands will be continuously and closely monitored for compliance with our wide-ranging player protection and operational standards going forward, and players who have any complaints will have full access to the online assistance of our Fair Gaming Advocate, Tex Rees.
 
"In the unlikely event that any players have issues with LuckyAce, we invite them to lodge a complaint at
www.ecogra.org/disputes
."
 
The LuckyAce brands bring the number of eCOGRA accredited operations to 106 with further accreditations currently in the pipeline.
 
eCOGRA is a non-profit London-based organisation that sets online gambling standards and provides an international framework for best operational and player protection practice requirements, with particular emphasis on fair and responsible gambling. These are enforced through inspections and reviews, and continuous monitoring.
 
Accreditation remains open to all software companies and their operators.


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