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2020-12-06
There has been no major change in those experiencing gambling problems since the Covid-19 pandemic, with a short-term improvement during the closures not persisting once venues reopened, according to a study by the University of Sydney.

2020-12-02
The Yokohama municipal government has indicated that it will establish a new panel tentatively named the "Concern Countermeasures Study Group” to look into issues such as gambling addiction and special security problems that might attend the opening...

2020-06-24
New Zealand has launched a mobile app aimed at curbing problem gambling in collaboration with the Deakin University in Australia. 

2019-11-01
A recent survey from the NSW government has revealed that gambling levels have fallen compared to eight years ago.  According to a new study into

2019-06-10
The Yokohama municipal government, which says it has made no decisions about whether or not to pursue an IR bid, will be holding two explanatory meeti

2017-12-13
Australia’s population has access to more pub and club-based slot machines than any other country in the world, according to a report from The Austr

2017-12-11
The eSports industry brought in a total of $1.5 billion in revenue in 2017, a number expected to grow 26 percent by 2020, according to a report from S

2017-11-19
More than 25 percent of Australian online gamblers are users of illegal offshore gambling sites, and are more likely to be problem gamblers, according

2017-08-17
Men who have endured physical abuse or violence at home as a child are more likely to become problem gamblers, according to a recent UK survey, Reuter

2017-05-28
Around 14,000 people in Macau were suffering from severe problem gambling in 2016, according to a study commissioned to the University of Macau last y

2017-01-04
New research has found that images of gambling activity can produce “gambling cravings” similar to those experienced by drug addicts, according to

2016-12-05
The average monthly spend on gaming in casinos by Macau residents has risen nearly 110 percent since 2013, according to a survey conducted by a Univer

2016-07-20
Macau’s Social Welfare Bureau has commissioned a study on the Macau residents’ participation in gambling activities. The study is said to help the

2016-02-25
A recent study has revealed the majority of Thais support the legalization of casinos in Thailand as it would enable to the government to earn taxes,

2015-11-23
If smoking lounges in Macau casinos are retained the city’s GDP may only decrease by 0.71 percent compared with a potential decline of 16 percent if

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