Some online gambling services look like they’re legal in Australia and some even target Australian players.
You may be able to access them, but they will not give you the same customer protection as a licensed service.
To find out more about what online gambling services are legal in Australia and how to protect yourself when gambling online visit the website of the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
The University of Sydney is conducting a series of online surveys to find out about how COVID-19 is affecting gambling participation in Australia.
The research will contribute to academic discussions and inform practice and policy that seeks to enhance the health and wellbeing of Australians.
Find out more and take part in the survey by clicking here
Measures taken to contain the global pandemic COVID-19 have resulted in unprecedented challenges for health and the economy throughout Australasia impacting communities, governments and businesses - including Australasia's gambling industries, their businesses and teams.
Our members in Australia and New Zealand are economic contributors and employers on a grand scale.
ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority) have launched a campaign to increase awareness about the dangers of betting on offshore websites. If you choose to bet online make sure it's a licenced provider so you’re covered by a range of consumer protections. You can find out more info at: https://www.acma.gov.au/online-gambling-services
Are you over the age of 18?
Do you live in Australia?
Do you own a smartphone device?
Are you seeking help for your own problems with gambling?
Using the tagline “Don’t wait till they’re broke to fix it,” this week is Responsible Gambling Awareness Week in NSW from Monday 16th till Friday 22nd of September. Click here for more info: https://www.responsiblegambling.nsw.gov.au/checkmates#/
The Northern Territory is holding their Responsible Gambling Awareness Week from the 9th to the 15th of September, 2019. The theme of the campaign is “Dumb Things I Believed” which highlights popular myths interspersed with common myths and misconceptions regarding gambling.
The campaign focusses on EGM’s, sports betting and loot boxes. You can find out more below or further information at: http://www.amity.org.au/responsible-gambling-awareness-week-2/.
The National Association for Gambling Studies (NAGS) Conference will be held this year at the Grand Chancellor Hotel, Hobart from 4-6th December 2019.
This year's conference focusses on how new developments in technology are intersecting with existing land-based products, services and interventions.
NAGS is now calling for papers for the conference.
Queenslanders are being urged to give their gambling a “health check” during the state's Responsible Gambling Awareness Week (RGAW), which
runs until Sunday (4 August) 2019.
Held annually, the week promotes safe gambling strategies, including tips to encourage individuals to gamble more responsibly and reduce the likelihood of risky behaviour developing.
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation has announced that applications for funding to host events during Gambling Harm Awareness Week 2019 are now open.
Gambling Harm Awareness Week is designed to encourage open community discussions about gambling harm and why it matters. For more information visit the VRGF Website
The time for applications has been extended to 5pm on Wednesday, 14 August 2019.
New South Wales has announced a diverse range of innovative projects supported by $1.3 million funding from the NSW Office of Responsible Gambling to prevent and reduce gambling harms.
The projects include a website allowing self exclusion from multiple venues and new online courses on responsible gambling.
The Victorian Prevention Partnerships Program continues to play an important role in helping prevent and reduce gambling-related harm within Victorian communities.
This year, the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation will fund programs and initiatives under two streams with funding from these grants available over the two years 2019–21.
Expressions of interest will close at 5pm on 21 June 2019.
The NSW Office of Responsible Gambling has funded five universities for research to prevent and reduce gambling harms.
The 2019 Responsible Gambling grants support projects with a focus on youth, families and new technology.
Click on the link to find out more.
The gambling industry has evolved rapidly over the last few years. This is particularly true of the rise of new gambling forms such as gambling on mobiles. This 2018 survey aimed to provide an updated estimate of problem gambling prevalence, as well as exploring the nature and prevalence of gambling activities undertaken by South Australians. It includes comparisons to the 2012 and 2005 surveys.