The UK's Responsible Gambling Trust (RGT) has appointed auditors PwC to conduct a research programme into remote gambling behaviour, a project intended to build on the research into customer behaviour on gaming machines in licensed betting officers published in late 2014.

The two-phase programme of research will be carried out by PwC after it won a tender process which began in March this year, and is expected to take 18 months to complete.

It will explore how behavioural analytics and industry data can be better used to identify and mitigate the potential for gambling-related harm.

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