Home > Social responsibility > FDJ’s ParionsSport launches anti-cyberbullying campaign FDJ’s ParionsSport launches anti-cyberbullying campaign 24th June 2022 | By Zak Thomas-Akoo ParionsSport, the sports betting division of Française des Jeux (FDJ), has launched an anti-cyberbullying campaign to raise money for online harassment helpline 3018. The campaign, titled #SmashTheHaters, intends to support the French Tennis Federation’s (FFT) fight against cyberbullying suffered by tennis players. As part of the campaign, ParionsSport released a video on their Twitter account to raise awareness of online harassment in tennis. The operator said that for one week, they will donate five euros for each retweet to 3018, a free and anonymous service for victims of digital harassment. The service was launched in February this year and is made up of a team of psychologists, digital experts and legal professionals. Earlier this month, FDJ signed a sports content deal with Sportradar. FDJ also launched a safer gambling campaign in April of this year.