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New Figures confirm another Drop in Problem Gambling Rates in the UK

The new figures released by the Gambling Commission confirm that problem gambling rates have plummeted to 0.2% from the start of this year to March 2022. Latest statistics have shown that the rate of problem gambling in the year to March 2022 was 0.2%, down from the 0.4% from the previous year, and down from 0.3% in the last published yearly figures in February 2022. Meanwhile, the rates of probl[...]   Read more » New Figures confirm another Drop in Problem Gambling Rates in the UK

New Figures confirm another Drop in Problem Gambling Rates in the UK  0   
this is something that we talked about in last months and what UK want to do and to control how much gamblers can spend and what bets to have!they want to know how much you can spend on gambling and to make restrictions,but on other hand they have more problems with black market,so who know will this be good for them,because people will still spend money,but on on not secure sites!

Edited by dule-vu (10 May 2022 @ 12:43 GMT)


     
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In belgium there are also some thing going on with all gambling rules. Don't know whats really gonna happen. It's something about sportbetting. Our gouvernement are planning to ban all publicity during sports on tv. And think its also not possible anymore for betting companies to sponsor teams. What has a huge effect on cycling teams and football. As you see almost every teamshirt is full of sportsbetting companies.

     
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Dont understand why they must ruin every fun to people,like we dont have enough other problems!

     
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