RealResponse Partners With Nebraska Racing And Gaming Commission As New Standard Nationwide

Fonner Park Horse Racetrack located at Grand Island, in Hail County, Nebraska

RealResponse and the Nebraska Racing and Gaming Commission (NRGC) have partnered on a statewide program for the public to anonymously report activities regarding gaming in-state via an anonymous integrity hotline. The goal of the first-of-its-kind partnership announced today is to provide the public with the secure means to report concerning or uncertain activities, making it the first State Gaming Commission to partner with the Charlotte based leader for anonymous reporting. The primary focus of the betting arrangement consists of horseracing, casino gaming at racetrack viewing areas, and sports gaming. The Sports Techie community blog curator and son drove across the country this summer on vacation from Atlanta to Boise with a overnight stop in Lincoln, nearby Memorial Stadium, home the the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team. Next time, I’d like to visit the NRGC offices and commend them for their proactive measures to ensure safe, responsible and fair gambling through the support of the public and RealResponse technologies. RealResponse is committed to elevating all voices in sports.

“With legalized sports wagering and gambling expanding rapidly from state to state, there is a heightened need to guard against impropriety and to protect those vulnerable to increased criticism and threats,” says David Chadwick, Founder and CEO of RealResponse. “We commend the Nebraska Racing & Gaming Commission for ensuring the public and others can share betting-related concerns anonymously and safely through the RealResponse platform.”


The Nebraska Racing and Gaming Commission encourages the public to use this anonymous program to report any concerning or questionable activities related to horseracing, casino gaming at racetrack enclosures and sports gaming activities throughout the state. The implementation of this program is another step towards enhancing best practices to prevent questionable or concerning activity across the industries we regulate.

“The NRGC is excited to be partnering with RealResponse. We are the first state Commission to partner with RealResponse. We hope the public will embrace and utilize this anonymous service to report concerning or questionable practices,” says Tom Sage, Director of the Nebraska Racing and Gaming Commission.


The RealResponse community includes more than two million athletes, coaches, administrators, and staff, across college and professional sports, governing bodies, and integrity units. Founded in 2015 with its signature customer-centric approach, RealResponse offers real-time, two-way anonymous communications, surveys, compliance support, competitive benchmarks, and metrics. These insights enhance communications between athletes, participants, and their respective organizations.

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Sports Techie, this story comes on the heels of the Nebraska Athletic Department teaming up with RealResponse last week to encourages open communication and timely feedback from their student-athletes. Clemson University was the first Division I program to partner with the RealResponse reporting platform.

Nebraska’s Springtime Tradition is the slogan for the Fonner Park, horse racetrack. The 2024 season has a new component and that is the NRGC’s new partnership with RealResponse. Any person with knowledge about ill tidings when it comes to anything associated with wagering related issues on Fonner Races, and shark like activities at any race track’s casino gaming, as well as providing any information about illegal or questionable sports betting happenings concerning Nebraska college football games, can report it anonymously and in real time.

Earlier this year, RealResponse partnered with U.S. Integrity on a collegiate sports betting reporting platform.

If you live in Nebraska, contact RealResponse here with any related gaming improprieties until official phone, text and email information is made public.

Make it better to wager for everyone by ensuring betting fairness is the name of the game.

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