Human Rights


Playtech Plc is committed to upholding and promoting human rights in our operations and in our supply chain. This is a core part of our overall commitment to responsible business practices.

Playtech Plc supports and adheres to the principles embodied in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labour Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

We are reviewing our policies and procedures to ensure that our products, services and operations are upholding our commitments and are not complicit in the violation of human rights. The scope includes slavery and human trafficking, which can occur in many forms, such as forced labour, child labour, domestic servitude, sex trafficking and workplace abuse.

  • Statement on Human Rights and Modern Slavery Act

    Approved by the Playtech Board of Directors

    May 2016

    Updated as of August 2016


Every employee has the responsibility to uphold this policy as well as our overall ethics and business conduct. We require all employees to adhere to these principles and to all related policies, practices and procedures.The Playtech Plc Risk Committee of the Board has ultimate responsibility for reviewing the company’s policy and reviewing the effectiveness of this statement.

Monitoring and Reporting

In 2016, we will review our processes for integrating human rights and modern slavery considerations as well as monitoring and tracking risk.

  • Risk Assesment

    During 2016, we will initiate a review our business operations to ensure human rights is sufficeiently embedded into our business ethics policies, due diliigence, risk assessments and audit processes.

    Communications, Training and Awareness

    This statement will be disseminated to employees on an annual basis and be available on the company website. During the course of 2016, Playtech will identify key staff who require awareness and training. This statement will also be referenced as part of the company's Business Ethics Policy and Code of Conduct.