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Assessment principles of multi-operator self-exclusion schemes (MOSES)

Published:
17 May 2021
Updated:
9 June 2021

These principles set out the features that we, and the Advisory Board for Safer Gambling (ABSG) consider should be included in effective evaluations of multi-operator self-exclusion schemes.

We have developed the principles with the National Responsible Gambling Strategy and the Evaluation Protocol in mind to support those that administer the schemes when they commission evaluation in this area.

We expect that those undertaking an evaluation will devise a methodology that is consistent with these principles. They are subject to revision in the light of new information, including experience from pilots.

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