Industry-leading casino entertainment supplier Playtech has revealed that it has joined up with All-in Diversity Project, a non-profit organization that helps iGaming companies to engender diversity, equality, and inclusion.
This comes at a time when the provider fixes its focus on its global sustainability strategy that it has named Sustainable Success. This operates as the foundation for Playtech’s future growth that considers the quality of the company’s impact on individuals and communities.
Building for sustainability
The new partnership will empower Playtech with tools and data to better cultivate diversity, equality and inclusion. The company has stated that its association with All-in Diversity will play an essential part in reinforcing its push to create an inclusive culture that offers support to talented individuals to develop their skills and grow their careers.
Shimon Akad, the CEO at Playtech said that the company is “delighted to partner with All-In Diversity to help champion diversity and inclusion at Playtech, as well as within our sector.”
“As the leading technology supplier in the industry, it is imperative to our success that we are able to lead the industry in building a sustainable, commercially viable, entertainment-first industry for the benefit of all,” he added.
He added that the partnership will “accelerate progress on every aspect of diversity within the organization.”
The co-founder of All-in Diversity Project, Kelly Kehn said, “Playtech’s timing could not be better. As we continue to grow and align our work with the needs of the industry, having the support of established industry leaders is key to driving impactful change.”
“This together with their commitment to the Project we are very much looking forward to their commitment and good work we can accomplish with their support,” Kehn concluded.
With the new partnership, Playtech will have access to guidance and support concerning best practices and resources in the field. The company joins major industry names like Microgaming, Entain, IGT, Kindred, and Flutter, who have also taken up the challenge and joined the project.