Oh, yeah, and there’s a game, too.
What makes the NFL’s embrace of gambling so striking is that for most of its history, the league had pushed the government for stricter regulations – not more lenient ones.
Dostoevsky’s sudden recovery from his gambling mania is an example of how a chance happening can change everything
The rise of sports betting has made gambling addiction a bigger issue on college campuses, but there are steps universities can take to address it.
We found lobbying registers were hard to navigate and not detailed enough.
Artificial intelligence and augmented reality tools are upping the stakes when it comes to online sports betting.
Barely 2% of Australians or Americans use Bitcoin for its intended purpose: to buy things. Should we even call it a cryptocurrency?
It needs to be treated like the new class of assets that it is.
The bar was always too hard for Dutton. This week’s budget, whatever criticisms can be made of it, has been an elusive target for the Liberals
The new UK white paper reforming the gambling laws for the digital age says nothing about one of the most concerning new developments in this field in the past 20 years.
It’s important Australia doesn’t follow the ineffective voluntary approach to gambling marketing that the UK is taking.
Vampire Survivors distils the essence of compelling ‘just-one-more-go’ design to create an extremely satisfying game.
Our research absolutely does not ‘state very clearly that cash has big advantages for gamblers’.
As sports betting becomes more prevalent, so do the risks to college athletes, gaming experts argue.
We interviewed 11- to 17-year-olds and they told us gambling advertising is so pervasive in their lives, it’s become normalised.
With few regulations in place, gambling companies are going all-in to attract as many customers as possible – with younger, sports-obsessed and smartphone-savvy Americans particularly vulnerable.
Researchers who analyzed every sports bet placed online since 2018 found that young adults are the fastest-growing group of bettors, with more than 70% of them placing in-game bets.
Treatment has a high success rate. Getting problem gamblers in the door – and getting them to complete a full course of therapy – is another matter.
NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet has convinced his cabinet to back major pokie reforms, and they will be a vast improvement on the current situation.
In the past, typical clients tended to be retirees living on fixed incomes who played slots and card games.