Kaizen Gaming establishes foundation with $4M investment

The gaming technology company will invest in a children's hospital in Greece.

Kaizen Gaming is initiating change through the establishment of a foundation.

The Greece-based gaming technology company has launched the Kaizen Foundation, which will support non-profit organizations and launch initiatives where it has secured market access. Kaizen Gaming, which owns gambling operators Betano and Stoiximan, has established a presence in 13 countries, including, Canada, Brazil, Ecuador, Germany, Peru, Romania and Nigeria.

“From the moment it started operating, Kaizen Gaming has worked to make a difference in society,” said Kaizen Foundation President Panos Konstantopoulos in a statement. “The creation of the Kaizen Foundation is a natural progression, the next step that allows us to implement initiatives on a larger scale, which will have an impact at an international level.”

The Kaizen Foundation will begin giving back to the community with a renovation project at Penteli Children’s General Hospital in Athens, Greece. The foundation has vowed to invest just over $4 million to refurbish the hospital’s surgical rooms and clinics, which will be the facility’s most significant upgrades in the last 80 years. Penteli Children’s General Hospital will also use the donation to renovate outdoor areas and install fire safety systems.

The Kaizen Foundation aims to complete the renovations by the end of 2024 and will contribute to other future projects with a focus on society, education, and the environment.

Kaizen Gaming’s commitment to its communities

Earlier this month, Kaizen Gaming’s Betano brand partnered with FC Porto to introduce a new sensory room that will serve neurodivergent individuals. Betano, which is the club’s main sponsor, has opened the “INZONE” sensory room at Estádio do Dragão.

The room at the club’s home stadium since 2003 is available for use during team matches.

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