We at the Remote Gambling Association have produced a five minute video entitled ‘An Introduction to Online Gambling’ which explains in very simple terms how online gambling works, is regulated, taxed and kept crime free.
13th December 2018: The Industry Group for Responsible Gambling (‘IGRG’) has today announced major changes to its Gambling Industry Code for Socially Responsible Advertising (‘the code’). These changes have been brought forward as part of the code’s annual review process.
London, 10 October: GambleAware has today published an independent evaluation of software packages designed to block access to gambling websites and apps.
The review, by researchers from Winning Moves, considered both the technical and therapeutic benefits of such software. The evaluation compared three specialist gambling solutions and three more general products.
Responsible Gambling Week is a cross-industry initiative to promote responsible gambling.
RG Week is designed to get people talking about what it means to gamble responsibly, focusing on the tools that are available to keep gambling fun and how players across all types of gambling can gamble safely. We also ensure that anyone who needs additional information or help and support knows where they can find it.
Today the Remote Gambling Association published good practice guidelines to assist in the overall improvement and consistency of complaints handling across the gambling sector.
The Remote Gambling Association has today published guidance to help licensed gambling operators to comply with their obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
A Remote Gambling Association statement in response to the Gambling Commission Review of online gambling published on 26th March 2018
The IGRG today announced a further enhancement to the Industry Code (‘the Industry Code’) for Socially Responsible Advertising. It requires that throughout each television advert a responsible gambling message or a reference to www.begambleaware.org will appear. The provision will come into force at the end of June 2018.
22nd February 2018 - The Remote Gambling Association (“the RGA”) has today published good practice guidelines to help operators when they are developing or purchasing systems to enable them to recognise problematic online gambling behaviour and interact with identified customers to address the behaviours that are of concern.
The Registration Form and the GAMSTOP Operator Side Implementation Guidance (GOSIG) are now available to enable the onboarding process for ALL (not just RGA members) British licensed online gambling operators to integrate with GAMSTOP in advance of the scheme going live in Spring 2018.