Tag Archives: Ipsos Mori

GambleAware enlists Adferiad Recovery to extend NGTS residential rehabilitation

GambleAware has commissioned Adferiad Recovery to provide residential rehabilitation for adults with gambling disorders and complexities, as it looks to expand its offering of the services. Adferiad Recovery, will work in partnership with Gordon Moody in a three-year pilot project to extend the National Gambling Treatment Service (NGTS) provision of residential rehabilitation for gambling disorder. The three partners intend to …

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GambleAware launches £300k research project into minority communities experience of gambling harms

GambleAware continues to bolster its research capacity, confirming that it has sanctioned a £300,000 grant to an academic consortium that will examine the ‘lived experiences of minority communities around gambling harms’.  A consortium led by Ipsos MORI and the University of Manchester, working in collaboration with ClearView Research, won a bid to take on GambleAware’s 18-month research project – whose …

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GamCare highlights ‘huge value’ in TalkBanStop collaboration after survey

Following a survey by Ipsos Mori, GamCare has maintained confidence in its collaboration  and ‘common shared vision’ with Gamban and GAMSTOP revolving around the TalkBanStop initiative. According to Ipsos Mori’s research, people who have made use of all three layers of the provided support have gambled less and as a result experienced a reduction in gambling-related harms, in particular with …

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Whittingdale backs DCMS’ evidence-led approach against APPG criticism

John Whittingdale MP, the DCMS Minister overseeing the 2005 Gambling Act review, has responded to a letter from the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Gambling Related Harm (GRH APPG) calling on the government to ‘act in an informed way’ on gambling advertising. Sent on 5 July, the letter concerned a parliamentary discussion held on 25 May, during which Whittingdale responded to …

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GambleAware refreshes ‘Tap Out’ to cut out impulsive behaviours 

GambleAware has launched the second edition of its ‘Tap Out’ safer gambling campaign, urging audiences to pause and reconsider their gambling habits. Since Q3 2020, Tap Out has served as GambleAware’s flagship nationwide campaign, warning the public of impulsive behaviours associated with online gambling.  As part of its wider ‘Bet Regret’ campaign, GambleAware cites that the first burst of Tap …

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Bet Regret focuses on betting self-awareness for new football season  

GambleAware has announced the launch of ‘phase two’ of its flagship ‘Bet Regret’ campaign ahead of this weekend’s start of the Premier League 2020/2021 season. Promoted nationwide, GambleAware’s latest campaign carries the tagline ‘tap-out to avoid Bet Regret’, urging audiences to pause and reconsider before they place an impulsive bet. Measuring the impact of its Bet Regret series on UK …

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David Clifton: Licensing Expert – Better the devil you know…

As I write this, I am greatly looking forward to moderating the “Brand Control – Working with Affiliates” panel session during the “Digital Marketing Day” of the ground-breaking SBC Digital Summit. This will be a highly topical session because, looking back on what has happened in gaming regulatory terms since the commencement of the COVID-19 lockdown in the UK and …

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GambleAware calls for improved age-screening tools to reduce problem gambling

Research commissioned by industry charity GambleAware has led to a number of recommendations as to how operators can reduce the risk of gambling-related harms. The programme of research was conducted by two separate consortia, led by Ipsos MORI and the Institute for Social Marketing at the University of Stirling. The research found that ‘regular exposure to gambling promotions can change …

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UKGC publishes ‘Marketing Workshop’ knowledge findings

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The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has published the findings and recommendations of its first ‘Co-creation Workshop’, an event in which industry marketing stakeholders shared their knowledge and experience in adjusting to the UK’s new advertising standards. Hosted on 12 September, the UKGC Workshop heard feedback from marketing leaders with regards to complying with new UK advertising requirements related to promotions, …

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UKGC reports drop in underage gambling but maintains its concerns

Publishing the results of its 2019 Young People & Gambling survey, the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has found a decline in participation of gambling activities among 11 -16-year-olds in Great Britain.  The research, carried out by Ipsos MORI, looks at forms of gambling and gambling style games that young people legally take part in along with gambling on age restricted …

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