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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Year 1 of State School Education programme concludes with fully evaluated report (EPIC)

Updates

April 2021

EPIC Risk Management began their 5-year EFL programme with awareness and education sessions to all first team players across the 72 EFL clubs. EPIC Risk Management are working across professional sport and working closely with players to raise awareness and prevent gambling related harm amongst professional athletes and to educate them on why they are more at risk. Across the 5 year programme data and research will be collected in partnership with the University Campus of Football Business to idetify trends amongst a high risk population.

November 2020

The evaluation of the first year of EPIC's state school education programme has completed and informed the delivery of year 2. During this first academic year, EPIC reached over 33,000 young people. The second year of the programme will allow for a robust anonymised data capture.

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