A new Australian national gambling survey shows sports betting isn't the societal scourge that local media likes to claim it is.
A new report details UK gambling operators' successes and failures in ensuring best practices in responsible gambling activity.
A new survey claims 3.2m Japanese adults are gambling addicts, but closer look at stats reveals only 700k current problem gamblers.
The UK Labour Party plans to issue a call for a mandatory levy on gambling operators to fund problem gambling treatment programs.
A new federal government addiction survey in Germany shows significant reduction in the ranks of problem and pathological gamblers.
British betting firms are willing to spare some of their dough to help the government with its problem gambling awareness campaign.
Two Australian researchers collect a 2017 Ig Nobel prize for their study involving whether holding a live crocodile influences gambling behaviour.
The UKGC slaps online bookmaker 888 Holdings with a record £7.8 million (US$10.01 million) fine for failing to stop problem gamblers using its services.
UK media goes nuclear over new UK Gambling Commission problem gambling stats, despite the percentage of problem gamblers remaining under 1%.
A new study suggests experiencing childhood trauma such as witnessing violence in the home leads to greater likelihood of pathological gambling symptoms.