British Columbia Lottery Corporation's online gambling site PlayNow.com earns 46% of its online casino revenue from just 619 players.
University of British Columbia research appears to confirm hypothesis that problem gamblers are more likely to enter 'immersive zone' while playing slots.
New research shows that the brains of problem gamblers and substance abusers show decreased activity when anticipating monetary rewards.
US military says only tiny fraction of service members have gambling disorder, but watchdog's report says military isn't looking that hard for symptoms.
New research suggests cocaine addicts make riskier choices after missing out on a potential payday, despite lowered activity in brain's reward center.
Japanese legislators prepping problem gambling legislation to head off concerns regarding plans to craft final casino legislation in 2017.
New research shows certain 'reward centers' of problem gamblers' brains light up when shown imagery of gambling activity.
Angus Reid poll finds Canadians view online gambling as most harmful, despite reporting more problems with other forms of gambling.
A study has revealed that professional footballers are at risk of developing gambling problems when injured, dropped, or sent out on loan.
Macau social welfare bureau registry shows local casino croupiers make up one-fifth of problem gamblers who still hold down jobs.