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Five non-profits focused on problem gambling prevention will get funding this fall. Their operations are in Alabama, Colorado, Maine, Maryland, and Ohio.
The International Center for Responsible Gaming (ICRG) launched its college-focused website in 2011. It’s designed for those of legal gambling age.
Online program follows pair of surveys designed to help the NCAA’s national office identify key topics of discussion related to sports betting.
The partnership will bring innovative AI-driven tools to ResponsiblePlay.org to enhance responsible gambling practices and protect vulnerable players.
Colorado Division of Gaming launches an official Self-Exclusion responsible gambling program for casino gaming & sports betting, taking over list management.
The operator will also give the UK-based charity, BillyChip, which helps the homeless purchase basic needs, a £100,000 grant over the next two years.
Researchers from Lund University in Sweden said the survey results show online poker was “negatively associated with self-exclusion.”
Connecticut’s Attorney General and CDCP said consumers put themselves at risk when they use illegal offshore sites, remind them to only use legal operators.
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) levied $100,000 CAD in penalties after Apollo allegedly ran afoul of five of its Registrar’s Standards.
The survey also found that high-value bettors, meaning those who deposit at least $500 monthly, are three times more likely to fall for a fraud scheme.
Gov. Andy Beshear signed an emergency regulation to launch the account. It will be funded with tax revenue from sports betting, which launches in September.
Researchers found online poker was played weekly by 18% of UK gamblers. Online slots were played at just 10% but carried a higher risk for gambling harm.
59% of adults with gambling problems had childhood exposure, while nearly half of high-risk individuals report feelings of embarrassment and shame.
Deloitte survey highlights the increased engagement of younger sports fans in sports betting and related online activities, along with concerns about its impact.
The National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (NCLGS) passes a historic 16-point resolution to assist states in developing strong responsible gaming standards, addressing prevention, treatment, & more.
PAGCOR announces plans for online poker in the Philippines, while focusing on regulatory improvements and responsible gambling initiatives.
This time, the two will join forces to educate the membership of the Major League Soccer Players Assocation (MLSPA).
Under revised guidelines, student-athletes who violate the rules will face punishment based in part on the cumulative dollar value of their illegal sports wagers.
While the ban Twitch announced in October doesn’t apply to poker, players and poker enthusiasts are divided over whether a ban is needed.