Estonia Sees Sharp Decline In Gambling Participation

The number of Estonians participating in gambling has sharply declined in the past two years but problem gambling rates have remained the same, according to a new gambling behavioural study.

The “Gambling Exposures of the Estonian Population 2019” study released by the Ministry of Finance revealed 50 percent of the population between the ages of 15-74 has gambled in the past two years, compared with 66 percent when a similar study was released in 2017.

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