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Gambling Law Reform Poses Concern for Poker Machines

Gambling Legislation Reform

Community organisations in Western Australia stated their gambling distress with the ban on virtual gaming machines was lifted in the country. The law allows local punters to make wagers on virtual racing machines. The Legislative Council of the country’s parliament voted to pass a legislation reform package for the racing sector in Western Australia. The […]

Ireland Has the Highest Levels of Gambling Treatment Cases

In a report conducted by the Health Service Executive, the number of people who were treated for problem gambling has extremely increased. These records show that there were more than 250 instances of treatment for gambling addiction in health services in Ireland during 2018. Gambling, alcohol, and drugs are problems that have been pointed out […]

Relationship between Football and Gambling Companies Out Of Control

Rosena Allin-Khan, shadow minister of sports, said that the relationship between football and gambling companies has become unmanageable.  This was in light of the new participation of Wayne Rooney with a web-based casino brand. The football player will have the number 32 on his t-shirt at the time when he moves to Derby County as […]

UKGC is Dedicated to Addressing Gambling Harm

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) said that it is bound to tackling the growing gambling harm in the country. Analysts of existing market data came forward out of concern about the link between problem gambling and suicide. The company has released reports detailing the condition of problem gambling in the country as part of the […]