Paf to host third responsible gaming summit

Knowledge sharing conference hosted by Paf on Åland on 10 October 2017 focuses on attitudes and responsible behaviour

On 10 October, the Åland-based gaming company Paf (Ålands Penningsautomatförening) will host the Responsible Gaming Summit 2017 at the main offices of the company on the Åland Islands.
This year’s summit is the third of its kind organized by Paf, and brings together professionals from a variety of fields to discuss responsible gaming from different perspectives.

The summit offers a platform for knowledge sharing between different stakeholders from gaming operators to researchers and players’ support organizations that offer guidance in questions of responsible gaming.

Attitudes and actions

This year’s summit focuses on attitudes as a key driver of actions within gambling advertising, problem gambling and sustainable behaviour.
Speakers at this year’s summit include gambling researcher Dr. Per Binde, Associate Professor of social anthropology at the University of Gothenburg; Madeleine Tügel, an Advisor at the Gambling Addicts’ Association of Malmö; and Morten Rønde, Chief Executive of the Danish Online Gambling Association.

Find the full programme here.

For more information please contact:

Aino Waller
Head of Media Relations, Paf
+358 40 756 9608

About Us

Paf (Ålands Penningautomatförening) was founded on Åland in 1966 for raising funds to support public good and is owned and licensed by the regional government of the Åland Islands. Today, Paf is an international gaming operator with over 400 online games including slots, casino, poker, betting, bingo and lotteries. Paf also has physical gaming operations on land and sea, with about 1,500 slot machines and 55 gaming tables aboard ships in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, in Paf Casino on Åland and Casino Sunborn in Gibraltar. Paf is dedicated to developing socially and environmentally sustainable money gaming entertainment for its customers. In 2016, the Paf Group had a total revenue of €113 million and a profit of €15.2 million. The contribution to public good in 2016 was €20 million. The group has over 400 employees, with offices in Mariehamn, Stockholm, Tallinn and Madrid. For more information, please go to




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