NatWest the latest UK bank to introduce a 'cooling off' period for self-excluded gamblers looking to reactivate debit card gambling transactions.
New survey shows just 4% of UK gamblers increased their spending during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.
A study finds baccarat gamblers take more risks after winning than losing; online race bettors who lose take longer breaks between sessions.
UK Gambling Commission data shows all gaming verticals reporting declines in active players and number of bets during August.
Australian Gambling Research Center survey makes some outlandish claims, including the idea that 90% of 18-34 gamblers have problems.
Bank Australia tells customers it will block “all gambling and gaming transactions” on its credit cards effective December 1, 2020.
Spain's latest market report shows no change in problem gambling rates, calling into question new online gambling marketing restrictions.
Barclays introduces 72-hour cooling off period before customers can reactive gambling spending on their bank cards.
The platform will give women the chance to discuss problem gambling issues this Saturday.
A new report from the UK's responsible gambling charity GambleAware finds female problem gamblers tend to be young, working class and non-white.