EGM environments that contribute to excess consumption and harm
reportposted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by Matthew RockloffMatthew Rockloff, Hannah ThorneHannah Thorne, Belinda GoodwinBelinda Goodwin, Neda MoskovskyNeda Moskovsky, Erika LanghamErika Langham, Matthew BrowneMatthew Browne, Phillip DonaldsonPhillip Donaldson, En LiEn Li, Judith RoseJudith Rose
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation engaged CQU’s Experimental Gambling Research Laboratory to investigate how different environmental contexts of Electronic Gaming Machines (EGMs) influence gambling consumption and harm. The aim of the project was to systematically investigate the environmental context of online, mobile and venue-based EGM gambling to determine what combinations of environmental and contextual features are most associated with problem gambling, and also to determine what environments are attractive to players who gamble recreationally and without apparent problems. This information will help policy makers and operators to devise and encourage gambling environments that are safer and more enjoyable for players.
Category 2 - Other Public Sector Grants Category
PublisherVictorian Responsible Gambling Foundation
Place of PublicationAustralia
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External Author AffiliationsNot affiliated to a Research Institute; School of Human, Health and Social Sciences (2013- );