Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Publishes Social Casino Gaming Study

In October 2018, BMC Public Health published a study which examines the effects of social casino games (SCG) on public health, particularly on adolescents, in Canada. The study, conducted by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), “aims to identify the factors that characterize adolescent social gamers, and to determine whether these factors differ by SCG type.” The study also examines the extent to which social casino gaming is associated with monetary gambling and problem gambling.

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