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Statistics and research. As an evidence-based regulator we collaborate with local and international researchers and organisations to provide advice to the government about gambling behaviour in Great Britain. We collect and analyse data to monitor changes that may have an impact on the regulatory framework and to make sure we are up-to-date with gambling industry statistics and gambling.
Problem Gambling: A Guide for Families: This handbook was developed for people who are concerned that someone close to them has a problem with gambling. The aim of this guide is to help concerned significant others and family members understand problem gambling, how gambling may affect families and ways to repair relationships.
But what is problem gambling, and what are the signs you may have an addiction? More importantly, what can be done to combat it? Causes of Problem Gambling. Online slots and table games, for many, are fun hobbies played on a quiet evening with a small bankroll. You win, you bank the winnings; you lose, you nurse your wounds and live to fight another day. But for some, gambling becomes their.
Problem Gambling is Everyone’s Problem Also called compulsive gambling, gambling addiction, or ludomania, problem gambling affects a growing number of people every year and can affect anyone regardless of age, gender or nationality. Whether it is a mild addiction that occupies only one’s free time, to gamblers whose problem affects their ability to work, it is important to recognise the.
The Guardian newspaper in the UK reported Friday that Neil Goulden, chairman of the Responsible Gambling Trust, has announced his retirement from the problem gambling organisation. The announcement follows conflict of interest questions regarding Goulden’s dual role of lobbying for UK bookmaking companies, the Guardian notes.
GVC CEO: Problem gambling up to 150% more prevalent among illegal operators. Monday, 15th June 2020 GVC Holdings CEO Kenny Alexander has once again reiterated his stance that punitive regulation will not help problem gamblers. As betting shops reopen in England and Wales, GVC has produced a blog which. READ MORE. Gambling News Archive. 2020 June: 2020 May: 2020 April: 2020 March: 2020.
Problem gambling often goes unrecognised. In fact, young people’s gambling has been dubbed a 'hidden addiction' Gambling is increasingly all around us. Just think about how many gambling adverts you see when watching a football match or reading a newspaper. Consider how far (or how little!) you need to walk to get to your nearest betting shop.