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Consultation response

Call for evidence response – gambling blocking software

In 2019, the Gambling Commission conducted a call for evidence on gambling blocking software.

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We asked

In 2019, the Gambling Commission conducted a call for evidence (alongside a consultation on proposed changes to LCCP requirements for customer interaction and alternative dispute resolution), on gambling website blocking software.

We wanted to obtain views on the role of gambling blocking software as a support tool for consumers, including whether we should extend the existing expectation that operators should signpost blocking software to consumers and require operators to provide access to gambling blocking software free of charge to customers.

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