Under the new agreement, Time2play will promote Gamban as a service to support players suffering with gambling-related problems.
Gamban runs as an application that blocks all online gambling websites when installed on a device. Time2play said it would cover this cost for any player that signs up to the service through its site.
“We can’t say that we are ‘for the user’ without considering the implications of our product on problem gamblers,” Time2play co-founder Tim Tepass said. “While most of our visitors are casual players looking for information on a casino, some could be at higher risk of gambling addiction.
“We want to do everything we can to support those people, and this collaboration is just the beginning of our efforts.”
Gamban co-founder Jack Symons added: “It’s vital that players understand that there is support available if things get out of control. Affiliates are positioned to make people aware of these resources early on.
“Through better visibility and accessibility of these resources, Time2play can raise standards for affiliates in reducing gambling harm.”