About the study
The project led by Nerilee Hing at the Centre for Gambling Education and Research, Southern Cross University investigated how Australians use interactive gambling services and the impact of interactive gambling on land-based gambling and gambling-related problems.
The current study defined an interactive gambler as someone who had gambled on at least one interactive form in the past year, not excluding other gambling modes.
The research found:
This research is useful in that it provides comprehensive information on interactive gambling, of which is likely to increase. Proactive efforts by all key stakeholders should aim to address the issues related to the integration of interactive technologies in gambling.
This study was funded through Gambling Research Australia.
Read the report.
How to cite this report
Hing N, Gainsbury S, Blaszczynski A, Wood R, Lubman D & Russell A 2014, Interactive gambling. Gambling Research Australia. Melbourne. Main list of gambling research reports here.