Centralised gaming models: Providing optimal gambling behavioural controls


The expansion in the gambling industry and its widening attraction points to the need for ever more verifiable means of controlling problem gambling. Various strategies have been built into casino venue operations to address this, but recently, following a new focus on social responsibility, a group of experts considered the possibilities of a centralised gaming model as a more effective control mechanism for dealing with gambling behaviours. We defined such a model as providing gambling opportunities within dedicated gambling environments and that these gambling environments were to some extent restricted in the overall numbers of outlets.

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