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RESPONSIBLE GAMBLING WEEK IGRG


“Safer gambling is a key priority for GamCare, and we are pleased to support initiatives that promote and extend safer gambling messaging, such as RG Week. In particular, we are delighted to be offering training to youth-facing professionals through our national youth education programme: BigDeal. This focusses on delivering education to young people directly, as well as the youth workforce to promote more informed choices about gambling behavior and an understanding of the potential for harm. As usual, if anyone has any concerns about their gambling, they will be able to get in touch with us at any time for help and support via the National Gambling Helpline.” Anna Hemmings, Chief Executive, GamCare


working with young people. Te National Gambling helpline, 0808 8020 133, run by GamCare, helps anyone who has a problem with their gambling, or has been affected by gambling, and is being extended into a 24-hour service from the beginning of October.


Other key supporters of Responsible Gambling Week include:


l Punch Pubs and Co, which will offer


promotional kits, including posters and beer mats with responsible gambling messages across its portfolio of 1,300 pubs


l Te English Football League and sponsors


SkyBet, who are offering advertising space at football grounds across the country and in matchday programmes; gambling operators, including Kindred and Betway, who sponsor Premier League, EFL and Scottish Premier League clubs, which will display responsible gambling messages on their team kit; Paddy Power Betfair, who are donating advertising space and providing sponsorship assets


l Te Racecourse Association and the British


Horseracing Authority, which will display responsible gambling messages at racecourses across the UK during Responsible Gambling Week


“We want to take the message about safer gambling even further this year, through our own social channels, with the support of our partners inside the industry and beyond.”


“As usual, if anyone has any concerns about their gambling, they will be able to get in touch with us at any time for help and support via the National Gambling Helpline.”


NEWSWIRE / INTERACTIVE / MARKET DATA P47 l Machine manufacturers, Astra Games,


Scientific Gaming, Reflex and Inspired Gaming, who will be communicating responsible gambling messages through their network of gaming machines


Last year, the #RGWeek18 hashtag generated nearly 20 million impressions and safer gambling content is already being posted on Responsible Gambling Week social channels: Twitter: @RGWeek19; Facebook: facebook.com/RGweek19; and, for the first time on Instagram: Instagram.com/rgweek19.


John Hagan, chairman of the IGRG, said: “We are confident that Responsible Gambling Week, now in its third year, will be our biggest campaign yet, but this is not just about one week in the year, it is about promoting safer gambling all year round.


“We want to make this an open and inclusive conversation, connecting with the widest possible audience, including those who do not think messages about responsible gambling are aimed at them.


Neil McArthur, chief executive of the Gambling Commission, said: “Te week’s strapline, ‘Let’s talk about safer gambling’, is an important message not only for customers but also for the staff and industry leaders whose role is to look out for their customers.


“It provides an opportunity for people across the gambling industry, no matter what their role is, to focus on what part they can play to make gambling safer and reduce gambling harms”.


Anna Hemmings, chief executive of GamCare, added: “Safer gambling is a key priority for GamCare, and we are pleased to support initiatives that promote and extend safer gambling messaging, such as RG Week.


“In particular, we are delighted to be offering training to youth-facing professionals through our national youth education programme: BigDeal. Tis focusses on delivering education to young people directly, as well as the youth workforce to promote more informed choices about gambling behavior and an understanding of the potential for harm.


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