BCLC Reminds Not to Buy Scratch Tickets for Children
The British Columbia Lottery Corporation reminds people not to buy Scratch tickets for children as a present. The BCLC has been awarded a Level 4 certification for excellence in responsible-gambling programming from the World Lotteries Association.
BCLC reminds people not to buy scratch tickets for children as part of its #GiftSmart campaign. The introduction of gambling activities to minors can be a risk of developing gambling addiction later in their life. Research suggests that adult gamblers with problematic gambling conditions report an earlier onset of the addiction. Male adolescents are more involved in gambling than females. GameSense.com is a website that explains the risks of playing the lottery.
BCLC reminds people not to buy scratch tickets for children. The Crown has contributed CA$2.2 billion to the economic and social development of the region for its 35 years of work. Proceeds of its gaming activities are reinvested into the province’s community and non-profits.
BCLC reminds people not to buy Scratch Tickets for Children. Casinos on Road to Recovery are recovering well from the impact of the unprecedented situation. Both casinos were reopened in the summer of 2021.