UK Gambling Commission releases evidence gaps and priorities paper for evidence-based development in gambling regulation
The UK Gambling Commission has published its evidence gaps and priorities paper, outlining its commitment to evidence-based development in gambling regulation
The UK Gambling Commission has unveiled its evidence gaps and priorities paper for the period of 2023 to 2026, outlining its focus on evidence-based development in various areas of gambling regulation.
The paper highlights research initiatives on gateway gambling products, variations in gambling experiences, the impact of gambling harms, operator practices and risks, as well as illegal gambling and crime, with the aim of achieving better regulation and outcomes for consumers, communities, and the gambling sector.
The Commission plans to leverage data, research, and evidence to address challenges and collaborate with stakeholders to find answers and improve industry practices.