Self-reported surveys are undermined by a reliance on memory and questions about gambling habits that carry an element of shame, according to two Harvard Medical School researchers.
The UK's new Betting and Gaming Council has said that gambling machines in all UK betting shops have been supplied with algorithms that will enforce breaks in play when signs of harmful betting...
Industry consolidation fuelled by tightening regulation could mean the online gambling regime ends up with a "Coke v Pepsi" environment, an executive at internet veteran Playtech has warned.
FDJ's privatisation share sale gets underway, Chinese police raid Cambodian gambling hub and Atlanta considers putting casino question to a referendum.
Affordability checks are a better way of reducing harm from gambling than the "blunt instrument" of drastic online gambling stakes cuts, a trade group executive has said.
A fiery Kenny Alexander publicly answered accusations from MPs that he is a "coward" on Thursday, as he railed against the "ridiculous" idea of stake limits for online gambling.
The newly-formed Betting and Gaming Council is to focus on tackling social responsibility issues and getting tax relief for UK bookmakers, according to its new chair.
Tom Watson, the UK parliament’s most prominent advocate for gambling reform, last night dramatically quit as Labour's deputy leader, saying he would not stand for re-election as an MP in next month...
New data from the Swedish Gambling Authority suggests that channelisation may be falling short of targets, as estimates indicate as little as 85 percent of all gambling is taking place through a...
A Swedish proposal to cap the stakes of bets on "negative events" such as red or yellow cards in football has been shelved, but the Swedish Gambling Authority will review whether it thinks a ban on...
A group of companies have signed up to a fresh raft of safer gambling commitments, ahead of today’s launch of UK cross-sector trade group the Betting and Gaming Council.
GVC and William Hill have slated calls by an informal UK parliamentary group to impose online stake and prize limits, claiming they could increase problem gambling and drive players towards the...
An informal UK parliamentary group on gambling-related harm has come out in support of £2 stakes for online gambling games, also claiming that the Gambling Commission is "not fit for purpose".
Georgia’s national public broadcaster will not accept any gambling adverts from the start of next year as it believes that there are clear growing public concerns surrounding the societal impact of...
This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from October 2019 includes information on a gaming legislation in Michigan; regulations in Nevada; litigation in Connecticut and...
Lithuania has added even tougher limits to its already harsh advertising rules, as the country’s gross gaming revenue dramatically increased in 2019.

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