Microgaming Becomes The Latest Member Of All-in Diversity Project

Publish: 10.05.2018

The latest name to have joined the All-in Diversity Project is the Isle of Man-based software development company Microgaming.

The All-in Diversity Project is the industry’s latest initiative aimed at establishing a more inclusive and diverse betting and gaming sector.

The Importance Of Diversity

It should also help create an open discussion about the importance of diversity, equality and inclusion, and its impact on the industry as a whole. Microgaming is just one of the industry’s leading names that have become the part of the All-in Diversity Project.

According to Kelly Kehn and Christina Thakor-Rankin, two experienced gambling executives behind this initiative, the main goal of the Project is to set up a global industry standard index as a benchmark tool for measuring the Project values in the sector.

Commenting on the latest move, Kehn said the initiative was proud to welcome Microgaming to the Founding Membership of All-in Diversity Project. She pointed out that the team at Microgaming brought a breadth of industry knowledge and expertise to the table with their brands, products, and policies as well as a real passion for people which was reflected in the diversity of their teams spread across the world.

Kehn also stated there were no limits to what the Project could achieve with a supplier of such caliber on board.

Changing The Industry

The initiative will provide recommendations and suggestion to improve diversity and inclusion across the gaming sector and will submit reports on the progress made in this area on a yearly basis.

John Coleman, Chief Financial Officer at Microgaming, said its diverse workforce helped keep the company strong, dynamic and moving forward. He also stated it was important the industry identified specific barriers to inclusion and diversity so it could continue to work on areas where diversity could thrive.

Coleman said he was looking forward to working with the All-in Diversity Project and helping create a more inclusive environment within the industry.