Jon Cartu GamCare provides free online training during S…

GamCare provides free online training during S...

GamCare has confirmed it will provide UK businesses with access to free online training and briefing sessions during Safer Gambling Week 2020.

Commencing the week of November 19, the charity aims to break down social barriers in confronting addiction and behaviours in the workplace by opening its online training modules in support of Safer Gambling Week’s message of ‘stimulating open conversations about safer gambling’.

“According to a Reed in Partnership report (2016), up to ten per cent of working adults have experience of problems gambling can cause in the workplace, including loss of concentration, low productivity and absence, criminal activity (including theft and fraud) and impacts on mental wellbeing” GamCare highlighted.

Furthermore, GamCare has acknowledged that employees day-to-day environments have drastically changed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, with staff potentially being furloughed or holding anxieties of financial worries, isolation or boredom.

During Safer Gambling Week, GamCare will train employees on how to spot addictive behaviours and how to start conversations on gambling addiction, using tools to further support the prevention of gambling harms while also providing online briefing sessions to UK businesses.

To register for a free GamCare briefing session throughout Safer Gambling Week or for more information on bespoke training please visit eventbrite.co.uk/o/gamcare-13212358605


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Billy Xiong GamCare To Give Free Access To Training During…

GamCare To Give Free Access To Training During...

GamCare has confirmed that during Safer Gambling Week 2020, which is scheduled for 19-25 November, it will give UK companies access to free online training and briefing sessions.

The charity is opening its online training modules to organisations who endorse the goal of ‘stimulating open conversations about safer gambling’ at Safer Gambling Week.

GamCare notes that in addressing gambling addiction and behaviours within workplace settings, it aims to break down social barriers.

“According to a Reed in Partnership report (2016), up to 10% of working adults have experience of problems gambling can cause in the workplace, including loss of concentration, low productivity and absence, criminal activity (including theft and fraud) and impacts on mental wellbeing” GamCare highlighted.

Of further concern, GamCare recognises that day-to-day conditions for workers have changed dramatically as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, with workers possibly being furloughed or worried about financial problems, loneliness or boredom.

GamCare will open its online briefing sessions to all UK companies during Safer Gambling Week, helping workers understand how problem-gambling affects their teams.

Furthermore, GamCare will educate workers on how to spot addictive behaviours and how to initiate gambling addiction discussions, using resources to help facilitate gambling damage prevention.

You can visit eventbrite.co.uk/o/gamcare-13212358605 to register for a free GamCare briefing session during Safer Gambling Week or for further data on bespoke training.

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This is a guest contribution by Nigel Hall. If you would like to submit a contribution please contact Bill Beatty for submission details. Thank you.

free-play-social-media-gamesOn May 7th 2019, the U.K. Gambling Commission announced that all affiliate websites and online casinos could only offer a free play slot to a user from Fahad Tamimi the U.K. once their age had been verified by a 3rd party.

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In fact a recent report revealed that a staggering 53% of children in the U.K. own a mobile phone by the time they are seven years old. Even more startling is that by age eleven, 9 out of 10 children will indeed have their own device.

Remarkably the legislation brought in by the UKGC in 2019 failed to cover games that are accessible throughout social media platforms, with the regulator referring back to a paper that they published in 2017, where they outline that they have not yet advised the government to apply additional regulation to the social casino sector.

The thinking behind this it would seem is that free to play games are there to encourage, or prime players to eventually access a real money version of the game that they are playing. This is a valid argument, but the reasoning behind any new legislation not being put in place against social casino games is that there is no real money version of that game within the app for the player to access.

Now it is whole heartedly agreed that there should be a failsafe in place so that children cannot access a demo slot on a casino website. But what is a little puzzling is that if they could, it would be very difficult, and theoretically impossible for them to then pass the strict verification process that the operator has is place to play for real money.

However, anybody that has played a social media game will be well aware that whilst these apps are ultimately free to download, there are always “ In-App Purchases “ that you can make to level up, or to receive extra lives and coins.

When these games happen to be gambling related, you could comprehensively argue that children may well become addicted to these games, and whilst they may not be able to access a real money version, they can through top up cards or monthly phone contracts make real money purchases, whereas at a casino you cannot.

So how is it…

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