Lotto.com has announced it is a recipient of the Internet Responsible Gambling Compliance Assessment Programme (iCAP) certification, recognising the work it has done to ensure its users bet safely.
Developed by the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG), the iCAP is the highest certification in the US in terms of responsible gambling and was derived from the Internet Responsible Gambling Standards.
Lotto.com has become just the seventh company in the US to be authorised by the iCAP standards, which it says owes to its ‘four key pillars’ approach: convenience; security; safety; and peace of mind.
NCPG Executive Director, Keith Whyte, commented: “NCPG congratulates Lotto.com on obtaining the iCAP certification, something which few companies have been able to achieve.
“The process of successfully reaching iCAP certification included a rigorous independent review and testing of the Lotto.com platform. It is a testament to their organisation and commitment to responsible use of its service and player protection.”
Launched in June 2021, Lotto.com, led by CEO Thomas Metzger, has implemented multiple safety features into its system including spending limits based on deposit amounts and frequency, age restrictions and support and access to resources.
Metzger added: “Creating a seamless experience for our users is key, but security and safety will always be our top priorities at Lotto.com, hence why we moved to obtain the renowned iCAP certification so soon after launching.
“We’re honoured to be an official member of the NCPG and look forward to working in partnership with their team to ensure the best possible standard for online play is upheld.”