The Betting and Gaming Council (BGC) urges social media companies to cooperate with them with regards to putting a limit on marketing seen by problem gamblers and young people.
The standards body plans to implement new measures for online advertisements, but is being undermined by social media platforms.
BGC Chief Executive Michael Dugher has sent a letter to Culture Secretary Lucy Frazer MP[...] Read more » BGC urges Social Media Networks to Cooperate on Safer Gambling Marketing
Joined: Jan '14
Age: 44 (M)
there is definitely a need for strict laws where minors cannot play at all, not even virtual ones, on a site where they play for real money. Young people are brave and they can steal their parents' money to play, that's why this cooperation must be finalized.