- Reopening of casinos comes with risks for patrons with gambling problems, advocates warn
- Pennsylvania cites coronavirus for moving all self-exclusion programs online
- Gaming companies in Nevada required to define responsible gaming plans prior to reopening
The reopening of casinos in Nevada and Pennsylvania after almost three months in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic comes with risks but also new opportunities to tackle problem gambling, state gaming regulators and advocates have said.
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