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Responsible gambling advocates say online gambling operators need to balance app engagement efforts with concern for at-risk bettors.
Irish online gambling and sports betting operators are self-imposing restrictions. Should US operators do the same?
Bringing business, lawmakers and academics together to establish best practices is a common sense solution for a complex industry.
Gambling treatment diversion courts allow gambling addicts the option to commit to recovery rather than face incarceration.
Responsible gambling education is aimed at Americans who can legally gamble. That leaves little education for anyone under the age of 21.
BetMGM recently expanded its responsible gambling toolbox by integrating GameSense, developed by the British Columbia Lottery Corporation.
A study of Massachusetts gamblers released in January shows a lack of gambling literacy to be a particular problem among younger players.
A Director's Advisory Bulletin from the New Jersey regulator warned operators that they will incur fines if they coax players to cancel withdraw requests.
Michigan residents who've requested permanent self-exclusion from Detroit casinos can now apply to be removed from the list after 5 years.
There's a lot of excitement about machine learning these days, but the gambling industry should be careful before applying the technology too broadly.
A key takeaway from UNLV's gambling primer for lawmakers is just how important collaboration is, as no one party has all the pieces of the...
The so-called PlayPause tool will be made freely available to US sports betting and online gambling firms thanks to non-profit Conscious Gaming.
A new report from the UK Gambling Commission includes some worrying data on the surge in online gambling revenue during the coronavirus outbreak.
As British MPs contemplate ever-tighter restrictions, responsible gambling advocates recommend a more sensible approach to the issue.
A group of 50 MPs has published the results of its year-long report into online gambling, calling for widespread changed to the current system.
March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month in the US, and the annual initiative — now in its 18th year — is more important than ever.
UK Gambling Commission CEO Neil McArthur says a £2 cap on online slot stakes will be considered, with a decision made in six months.
A problem gambling consumer advocate found that a search for the GamStop self-exclusion registry turned up paid results for offshore sites circumventing it.
A new study from Scandinavia provides some insight on the effectiveness of problem gambling prompts in identifying and curbing the behavior.