The Case for Responsible Gambling. | SMN News

As gambling evolves and expands around the globe, including in the Dutch Caribbean, problem gambling issues are receiving much more attention. Problem gambling is a disorder characterized by a preoccupation with wagering, chasing losses and losing control over the amount of time and money spent gambling. Approximately 2% of adults report mild to severe gambling problems in a given year.
Therefore, modern gaming regulations include responsible gambling requirements such as a written plan with measurable objectives in areas like employee training, self-exclusion, advertising guidelines and the ability for customers to set limits on time and money spent betting.

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