• Post published:May 3, 2023
  • Post category:News / iGaming

Safer gambling software provider Mindway AI has signed a partnership agreement with global government
relations firm Doura-Schawohl Consulting on issues related to problem and responsible gambling policy
and gambling harm minimization.

The two companies said the strategic alliance will pair Doura-Schawohl Consulting’s knowledge of United
States problem and responsible gambling policy, government affairs and communications with Mindway AI’s
combination of neuroscience, AI and human psychologist’s expert assessments.

Both firms will provide their services for companies offering online sports betting, online casino and
associated products in North America and further afield.

“I’m so excited to work with such an innovative and respected organization on a global scale. Our work
together will broaden the horizons of policymakers in the U.S. and internationally.

The gambling world needs  to constantly evolve and modernize, especially in the areas of harm reduction and prevention, and this partnership will merge principles of data science and global policy expertise to benefit the entire industry,
says Brianne Doura-Schawohl, Founder and CEO of Doura-Schawohl Consulting.

Doura-Schawohl, the preeminent problem gambling and responsible gambling advocate in North America,
was honored with a spot on The Hill’s yearly list of top lobbyists in 2022 and was named one of the top 100
lobbyists in 2022 and 2021 by the National Institute of Lobbying & Ethics (NILE).

Having only recently secured their first accolade in the US market as winner of “Safer Gambling Supplier of
The Year” at the 2023 EGR North America Awards, Mindway AI are looking to grow their presence and
enhance player protection in the US market through the partnership.

“By integrating our services with one of the most reputable gambling industry consultants, influencers, and
lobbyists, we provide an efficient, one-stop ramp-up for companies in the US looking to establish a solid
safer gambling framework. I believe this will be a great start of something awesome.” says Rasmus
Kjaergaard, CEO at Mindway AI.