The rollout of the new technology platform, OK2PLAY? continues across Australia as the Central Coast Leagues Club introduces the initiative to patrons this week.
Developed by the Australian technology company GPT, OK2PLAY? allows patrons who may not feel “OK” to access support in real time, making OK2PLAY? the most advanced player protection digital platform in the world.
“I’m glad to be one of the first Clubs to implement OK2PLAY?,” CEO, Mr Edward Camilleri, Central Coast Leagues Club, says.
“The purpose is for members to feel secure, and if they do have a problem and they are a bit shy in talking to our staff and trained personnel, this is a way they can go to an easy touch and get help fairly quickly.”
“Mental Health sits very highly in terms of our priorities to all patrons of Central Coast Leagues Club. People have all types of stresses in life, mental health is a big issue, both for the young and old and if this Club and our staff can be of assistance to them, then I am all for it,” Mr Camilleri, explains.