Sports-betting and gaming group GVC Holdings introduced on Oct. 8 the US Foundation for responsible gaming, corporate compliance and sports integrity in collaboration with Seton Hall Law School.
The two institutions are also starting a gaming, integrity, and compliance educational program in partnership with the National Council on Problem Gambling to help military veterans to overcome gambling addictions.
“We are excited about the opportunity presented by this collaboration with GVC Foundation to provide high-quality gaming integrity programming,” said Kathleen Boozang, dean of Seton Hall Law, in a statement.
Trustees of the GVC Foundation US include Amani Toomer, former New York Giants wide receiver and Super Bowl XLII winner; Martin Lycka, director of regulatory affairs at GVC Holdings, and William Pascrell III, partner at Princeton Public Affairs Group and one of the nation’s leading experts on online gaming, sports betting, and lottery.
The US Foundation will manage GVC’s existing American projects such as its collaboration with the Harvard Medical School, National Council on Problem Gaming, and National Centre for Responsible Gambling.
In September, the company launched its Global Foundation with similar goals.