A survey commissioned by the Norwegian Gaming Authority has revealed a small decline in gambling addiction, with 22,000 players classified as problem gamblers.

The survey, the first to be conducted since 2010, shows that 89,000 players (2.4 per cent of the population) are believed to be at moderate risk, while 289,000 (7.8 per cent) are classified as low-risk players and 0.6 per cent are seen as being at high-risk.

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