Health Warnings for Gambling Won't Have Effect, Says BGC Study

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Betting and Gaming Council released details of a new study. The study looked into introducing mandatory health messages to reduce problem gambling.

Brits do not support compulsory health warnings for gambling. BGC released the results of the YouGov study on Tuesday. The study focuses on free bets. It comes amid proposals from anti-gambling groups to implement bans on promotions and enforce mandatory health messages for betting products. B GC reiterated that there are 22.5 million adults that gamble every month. Only 0.3% of that population is affected by problem gambling, according to the BGA. According to BGM, the gambling ads ban in the UK during live soccer games helped significantly reduce the exposure of children to betting ads by 97%.

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