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Blogs

Blogs and articles from teams across the Gambling Commission.

What motivates people to gamble?

We wanted to learn more about what motivates people to gamble and how gambling fits into their lives.

25 May 2021 - Communications.

Facebook lotteries: A bit of fun or a potential risk?

You may have seen lotteries or raffles being promoted on social media such as Facebook, but this doesn’t mean that they are being ran legally. Be careful to check you are not running or participating in an illegal lottery.

25 May 2021 - Communications.

Why take part in user research with us at the Gambling Commission

You may have heard about user research or you may have been asked to take part in a research session for the Gambling Commission, and you might have some questions about it. This blog helps explain how research helps us create better services for people and also answers these questions.

12 May 2021 - Digital.

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