A new Health Survey for England from the National Health Service shows gambling participation rates rising but problem gambling rates falling.
UK customers of HSBC Bank could avail themselves of ATM-style default spending limits on gambling transactions early in the new year.
A new study shows biological siblings of problem gamblers show a similar lack of impulse control and a tendency toward risk-taking.
Finland's Paf announces further reduction in online customers' annual loss limits after Swedish research concludes “voluntary gaming limits have no effect.”
A new study published in the Journal of Gambling Studies questions the long-held theory that 'near miss' results encourage slots jockeys to keep playing.
Researchers in Finland find some promise from a limited study of using Naloxone nasal spray to reduce problem gambling behavior.
The White House suggestion that mass shootings can be deterred by locking up violent games is a threat to every type of gaming scenario there is.
LeoLine is helping the gambling regulators providing safer gambling platforms.
A designer of the UK's When the Fun Stops, Stop responsible gambling campaign finds "major flaws" in study questioning label's effectiveness.
The 'big five' UK betting operators form responsible gambling committee; Betfair roles out new digital marketing campaign day after TV ad ban kicks in.