Responsible Gambling Collaborative says ‘those who profit’ from gaming need to fund research, treatment

SAN DIEGO – For the first time, a collective made up of academics, researchers, advocacy groups, and organizations associated with the casino gaming industry will work to provide a consensus a framework and recommendations for preventing problem gambling while promoting responsible gambling solutions across the U.S. At the National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (NCLGS) Winter Meeting Saturday, the Responsible Gambling Collaborative unveiled six principles it will initiate to generate discussion, encourage partnership, and create new insights into the issue. The Collaborative, which was formed in 2018, will also conduct a state-by-state study on the allocation of responsible gambling funding.

Read more: Howard Stutz, CDC Gaming Reports