The government of South Australia has introduced new reforms that will see additional funds injected into the state’s Gamblers Rehabilitation Fund to support people at risk of gambling related harm.
Licensed gambling operators in Spain have agreed to strengthen their Code of Conduct in order to better protect vulnerable players.
The newly formed Betting and Gaming Council (BGC), an industry group representing 90 per cent of the UK betting and gaming market, has introduced new “cooling-off” measures to gaming machines in betting shops.
The All-In Diversity Project has launched a new Membership Programme as part of ongoing efforts to progress diversity, inclusion and workplace equality across the gaming industry.
The chief executives of ten leading gambling operators in the UK have joined forces to deliver a package of safer gambling commitments to address the harm that can be caused to customers and young people.
Finland’s Competition and Consumer Authority has concluded that the Finnish gambling monopoly does not provide effective industry supervision or protection to problem gamblers, although it stopped short of recommending a liberalised gambling market.
The Children’s Commissioner for England has urged the government to amend the country’s Gambling Act and classify loot boxes in games as gambling.
The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has revealed that the majority of pubs in England and Wales are failing to prevent under 18 year-olds from playing Category C gaming machines.
British problem gambling support charity GambleAware has revealed that it received a total of £5.4m in donations and pledges between April and September of this year.
Five of the leading online gaming operators in Latvia have signed an agreement aimed at strengthening responsible gambling practices in the Baltic state.
UK political party the Liberal Democrats has called for the gambling industry’s safety slogan ‘When The Fun Stops, Stop.’ to be scrapped.
British problem gambling support charity GambleAware and the Football Supporters Association (FSA) have teamed up with Ex-England goalkeeper David James to promote the safer gambling campaign Bet Regret.