Singapore puts gambling self-help workbook online; lone Korean casino open to locals closed on Monday after cheating scandal exposed
A survey shows the opening of Singapore's two casinos in 2010 has had little effect on locals' gambling habits.
Harvard Medical School professors Howard J. Shaffer and Ryan Martin demolish gambling myths in Annual Review of Clinical Psychology article.
Lazy media members must not be allowed to disseminate long-discredited myths about problem gambling, particularly as it relates to online gambling; lifestyle and online gaming industry news.
Casinos in British Columbia utilizing license plate recognition technology to identity problem gamblers attempting to violate self-exclusion deals.
Enjoy these wild and wacky theories spread by Robert Williams of the Alberta Gambling Research Institute.
The B.C. government's move to embrace gambling has seen soaring revenues but critics say plans to increase online gaming and build a casino go too far
The number of compulsive gamblers in the UK has doubled since 2004, giving rise to much wailing and gnashing of teeth at the GuaRdian newspaper