Gamban is a self-exclusion feature allowing players to opt-out of playing on the platform and will go live in France on 10 November.
It was designed for situations where players lose control and is now one of the most effective tools to help problem gamblers stay in control, according to Kindred.
The operator says the inclusion of Gamban on its Unibet desktop site and mobile app reinforces its ambition to generate 0% revenue from harmful gambling.
Kindred Group General Manager of France Mathieu Drida said: "At Kindred, we want gambling to remain a fun source of entertainment.
“As an online gambling operator, we take our responsibility towards our players very seriously and want to provide them with the most effective support tools on the market.
“This is what the partnership between Unibet and Gamban is all about, and we encourage all gambling operators to adopt this solution to make it more widely available in France."
Gamban was not previously accessible in French, but Kindred has funded its development and localisation to make it widely accessible to French players.
Gamban VP of Partnerships Stephen Aupy added: “We are very excited to be assisting Kindred on their journey to derive 0% revenue from harmful gambling.
“Kindred’s voluntary commitment to offering Gamban for free in France means accessible blocking software can further protect those harmed by gambling from unlicensed operators outside the scope of regulation.
“Kindred’s commitment to best practice has led to them choosing Gamban to partner with, which illustrates the reliability of our solution to protect players and work toward the sustainability of the industry.”