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UK Government rejects ‘distribution updates’ on National Lottery sales

The UK Government has outlined that it has rejected proposals to give weekly updates on ticket sales to firms that share out proceeds to good causes. The rejection comes after a consultation period, following proposals to reform how money is distributed charity from society lotteries. Regarding the consultation period, the government previously detailed that: “Society lotteries play a vital part …

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Lee Richardson – Gaming Economics – A long cold winter ahead…examining the latest UK government industry probe

Lee Richardson Chief Executive of Gaming Economics details opinion and context on the recent government announcement of an industry review of FOBTs and advertising standards… _________________________ Just as autumn arrives, the UK government has this week launched its long-awaited review of gambling, which includes an investigation of gambling machines (including Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBT)) and advertising. Gaming Economics has …

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‘Out of Luck’…UK government to review gambling advertising standards

UK news sources have reported that the Conservative Government are considering a blanket ban on all gambling advertisements before the 9pm watershed. The government is set to add a review of UK gambling advertising practices to its ongoing examination of Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs).  Early reports indicate that government will seek to clampdown gambling on TV advertising, expressing concerns …

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