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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Ongoing delivery of the Professional Cricketers' Association (PCA) Gambling Awareness Programme (EPIC)


May 2022

Roll out of Year 2 of this programme will begin from September 2022.

October 2021

EPIC Risk Management are nearly at the conclusion of Year 1 of this programme, having delivered to all Academy teams, and with one outstanding Women's team awaiting delivery (this will take place in November 2021).

Roll out of Year 2 will begin in January 2022 to the Men's County Cricket teams.

April 2021

EPIC Risk Management began their 4-year PCA programme with awareness and education sessions to all academy players across the 18 county teams and to first team players of the 8 regional womens teams. 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.

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