#National Problem Gambling Awareness Month

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Problem Gambling Awareness Month

Since mobile sports betting became legal in New York in January, the state has seen record-setting wagers, bringing in millions in revenue but also raising addiction concerns. March is National Problem Gambling Awareness Month, and state Sen. Joe Addabbo Jr. (D-Howard Beach), who fought to bring it here and heads the Senate Racing, Gaming and…
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Gambling Hotline warns of gambling during March Madness

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. - With March Madness kicking off soon, the Problem Gambling Help Network of West Virginia wants to remind you that March is National Problem Gambling Awareness Month. According to officials from First Choice Services, who runs the 1-800-Gambler hotline in West Virginia, the hotline sees an increase in calls every March due to…
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Gambling Hotline warns of gambling during March Madness
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- #Pennsylvania regulator greenlights mini casino in College Township The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has awarded a Category 4 licence.

 - #Pennsylvania regulator greenlights mini casino in College Township

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has awarded a Category 4 licence.
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Pennsylvania regulator bans more players for leaving children unattended The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has banned four players from casinos.

Pennsylvania regulator bans more players for leaving children unattended

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has banned four players from casinos.
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Online Gaming Revenue Soars As “Problem Gambling Awareness Month” Begins

HARRISBURG, Pa. (Erie News Now) - March is the 18th annual National Problem Gambling Awareness Month. According to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB), total gaming revenue generated this January was over $390 million, a 26-percent increase from January of 2021. Roughly $108 million of that revenue is from interactive, or online…
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Online Gaming Revenue Soars As “Problem Gambling Awareness Month” Begins
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Wolf Administration Kicks off Problem Gambling Awareness Month to Highlight Resources and Help

Harrisburg, PA - Today, Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) Secretary Jen Smith was joined by the Pennsylvania Lottery, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB), the Council on Compulsive Gambling of Pennsylvania, problem gambling treatment provider Empowerment Resources Associates, and an individual in long-term recovery from…
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Online Gaming Revenue in PA Soars As "Problem Gambling Awareness Month" Begins

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WENY) - Today marks the beginning of the 18th annual National Problem Gambling Awareness Month. According to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB), total gaming revenue generated this January was over $390 million, a 26-percent increase from January of 2021. Roughly $108 million of that revenue is from interactive, or online…
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Online Gaming Revenue in PA Soars As "Problem Gambling Awareness Month" Begins
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More Pennsylvanians Seek Help With Online Gambling Addiction

The popularity of internet-based gambling in Pennsylvania has taken off as the pandemic caused casinos to shutdown. But online gambling addiction may be rising as well. In January, Pennsylvania saw more than $80 million in revenues from internet-based gambling. That's the most in a single month since it was legalized several years ago Josh Ercole,…
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More Pennsylvanians Seek Help With Online Gambling Addiction