Australian Gambling Research Centre

Report

National Consumer Protection Framework for Online Wagering: baseline study - final report

The aim of this study was to establish base levels of online wagering involvement, the prevalence of risky gambling behaviour, and levels of online wagering consumer harm, ahead of the full implementation of the National Framework. The baseline study sets a benchmark to inform future...
Report

Review of electronic gaming machine pre-commitment features: limit setting

Gambling is a popular activity in Australia, but can result in problems for a significant minority. In response, the Australian Government has commissioned the Australian Institute of Family Studies to investigate 'pre-commitment' options for electronic gaming machines. This report is one of a set of...
Report

Review of electronic gaming machine pre-commitment features: self-exclusion

This report is one of a set of three, and focuses on the option of self-exclusion - systems and technology that allow concerned gamblers to bar themselves from venues.
Report

Review of electronic gaming machine pre-commitment features: transaction history statements

This report synthesises existing evidence and opinions from regulators, academics, government officials and electronic gaming machines (EGM) venue operators relating to the optimum design of transaction history statement features within an EGM pre-commitment system in order to increase consumer protection and reduce harm.
Discussion paper

Gambling in culturally and linguistically diverse communities in Australia

This paper reviews the research examining gambling in culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities, with a focus on Australia. Participation, problems, beliefs and attitudes of different CALD communities are examined to provide a brief overview of the research to date.