Responsible Online Gambling in CT
There is going to be an online sports betting in Connecticut. There are some measures in place to protect the citizens.
Connecticut launched a voluntary self-exclusion program for online gambling. The program allows customers to stop betting online for one year, five years or for life.
Michelle Seagull is the consumer protection commissioner in CT. She has designed measures to make customers aware of how much they're wagering. There will be prompts for gamblers regarding the length of their online wagerting session and a tally of bets once the amount has exceeded $2,500.
Connecticut has opened its doors for online sports betting. The National Council of Problem Gambling has a website and phone number for state-based consumers to make contact and look to address any issues. There are likely to be further measures put in place once the operations are more established.
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