GambleAware, the largest gambling charity in the United Kingdom, has announced a new safer gambling campaign they launched aimed towards protecting football fans ahead of and during the FIFA World Cup, saying that the tournament might create a "perfect storm" for gambling harm.
The charity has teamed up with the Football Supporters Association (FSA) and many former football players for a new ca[...] Read more » GambleAware launches ‘Bet Regret' awareness campaign for the FIFA World Cup 2022
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Age: 37 (M)
on one side I understand what they want to say,but on other we all know how much money will be arround this world cup,how much money people will spend on gambling,even those who dont gamble much!its something that happen every 4 years,so everybody want to take something from it,especially when their country is on world cup,so they want to make success on every "field"!they can promote something like this,but dont know how much it will affect on people!
The only 'regret bet' I have right now to be honest is that I didn't put hundred euros on Saudi Arabia today to win against Argentina after they were down with one goal. Disallowing three goals from Argentina may had something to do with them losing in the end but still, even before the game the arabs went for above 20x odds.