The affiliate joins the likes of RAiG’s founding members Better Collective, Oddschecker and Racing Post, as a member of the organisation that was set up in 2019.
Slots Temple was required to meet a series of RAiG’s entry criteria, including a third-party social responsibility audit, in order to be inducted into the trade association.
“It is essential in today’s market that affiliates are as professional and trusting to players as casino operators. Being part of RAiG is a big step for Slots Temple to evidence our commitment to our users and build trust in the brand,” Slots Temple chief marketing officer Fraser Linkleter said.
“The process itself is stringent to say the least and quite rightly so. Delving deep into an affiliate’s operation, how we conduct ourselves, how our staff are trained in responsible gambling, how our ongoing processes have been set in place and actioned, and most importantly, how we present ourselves to protect the public.”
RAiG chairman Cian Nugent added: “In such a fast-moving industry it is of the utmost importance to remember the end-user, the players, and to promote best practices throughout the industry to protect the consumer.
“This starts with the operators and the affiliate operators, so building our community of members will help to establish the trust which is essential to our philosophy.”