AIM: Assess remote gambling participation. METHOD: ICM omnibus survey, a 2,000-adult telephone survey conducted quarterly. FINDINGS: Over the year to March 2009, 9.9% of adults had participated in at least one form of remote gambling in the previous month. This compares with the 2008 calendar year figure of 9.7%, the 2007 calendar year figure of 8.8% and the 2006 calendar year figure of 7.2%. The growth in participation in remote gambling is explained largely by increased online participation in the National Lottery. If those only playing National Lottery games remotely are excluded, 5.6% of respondents had participated in remote gambling in the year to March 2009, compared with 5.6% in 2008, 5.2% in 2007 and 5.1% in 2006. Those participating in remote gambling remain more likely to be male than female, and are more likely to be aged 18-44. Remote gambling via a computer, laptop or handheld device was most popular (8.2% of all respondents), followed by gambling via mobile phone (2.8%) and interactive/digital TV (2.1%).