Sexism, virtual reality and tax avoidance: What I saw at the ICE gambling event – The Independent


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Sexism, virtual reality and tax avoidance: What I saw at the ICE gambling event
The Independent
If you took the long walk around the 100-acre Excel Centre this week, the site of ICE – Britain’s biggest gambling industry conference – it wouldn’t surprise you to learn that Britain’s gamblers are losing more money than ever before. Despite
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‘Time to wake up’: gambling industry criticised over sexism – The Guardian


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‘Time to wake up’: gambling industry criticised over sexism
The Guardian
Women in the gambling industry also hit out at events witnessed at the conference but said broader change was needed in the industry. Alison Digges, managing director of gaming brands at high street bookmaker Ladbrokes, said: “The image of ICE doesn’t
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Gambling conference under-fire for sexist behaviour – Manx Radio


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Gambling conference under-fire for sexist behaviour
Manx Radio
A prestigious event in the gambling industry’s calendar, attended by major Isle of Man companies, has come under fire in the UK media for the use of ‘promo girls’. The ICE Totally Gaming conference is held at the Excel centre in London, and features
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Gambling Commission bids for right to fine bookmakers over ad breaches – The Drum


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Gambling Commission bids for right to fine bookmakers over ad breaches
The Drum
The climate around gambling issues is particularly conducive to The Gambling Commission’s cause at present, amid a spotlight being shone on an increasing number of football teams who have got into bed with the gambling industry by accepting some level
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If ministers don’t crack down on gambling, we’ll know money talks louder than the cries of the addicts, writes … – Daily Mail


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If ministers don’t crack down on gambling, we’ll know money talks louder than the cries of the addicts, writes
Daily Mail
While the rot set in with Labour, we’ve had nearly eight years of Conservative Government since and barely a finger has been lifted to deal with the rapacious gambling industry. The Prime Minister likes to talk about fixing the ‘burning injustices’ in
Footballers use girlfriends and dads so they’re not caught gamblingThe Times

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NJ Online Gambling Hits Four Consecutive Years of Growth As Revenue Nears $250M – NJ Poker Online


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NJ Online Gambling Hits Four Consecutive Years of Growth As Revenue Nears $250M
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This year’s $245.6 million in revenue represented an increase of 12.92 percent over 2016. Online casinos anchored that growth, seeing a 15.6-percent jump, a jump that balanced out the 7.82-percent revenue loss in online poker. This year’s revenue total
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Video: ‘Scottish football should review the rise of betting company sponsorship’ – HeraldScotland


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Video: ‘Scottish football should review the rise of betting company sponsorship’
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The researchers, from the University of Glasgow and Healthy Stadia, warned that gambling is a public health issue with addiction linked to mental illness and called on UK legislators and governing bodies of sport to urgently revisit the relationship
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