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Key facts

More than 400 individual actions have been or are being delivered by stakeholders by more than 40 lead stakeholders.

Since March 2019, more than £32m of regulatory settlements has been matched to 43 pilots and projects to accelerate the National Strategy and increase our collective understanding about what works to reduce gambling harms. Regulatory settlements may arise as a result of enforcement activity and are payments in lieu of a financial penalty. They are paid to socially responsible purposes.

Since January 2020, gambling operators have been required to make their annual financial contribution to fund research, prevention and treatment (RET) to organisations approved by the Commission, and there are currently 21 organisations eligible to receive this funding. RET data will be published on our website.

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