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Campaigners hail ban of gambling in video games

Media Contact: Adam Bradford, tel: 07950 313113, adam@saferonlinegambling.org, Rodney Levine-Boateng at 100 Acres Media tel: 07578 639284, rodney@100acres.com Today MPs have argued that so-called ‘loot boxes’ in video games for children should be regulated under gambling law and banned from children. The feature, which allows players to stake real ...

COMMENT: Labour’s Gambling Ombudsman leaves out addicts in the short term

Media Contact: Adam Bradford, Safer Online Gambling Group, tel: 07950 313113 / e-mail: adam.bradford@me.com Campaigners Adam Bradford (26) and David Bradford (63), from the Safer Online Gambling Group, have today expressed mixed reaction at Labour moves to bring about a Gambling Ombudsman.The policy announcement, which is being made by Labour’s Deputy Leader Tom ...

The Safer Online Gambling Group (SOGG) announces breakthrough partnership with GVC Holdings, owners of Ladbrokes and Coral

The Safer Online Gambling Group (SOGG) is to partner with betting and gaming operator group, GVC Holdings – owners of Ladbrokes and Coral – as part of GVC’s Changing for the Bettor campaign. The campaign aims to tackle ‘the issues of gambling related harm head-on”. Founded earlier this year by father and son team, David and Adam Bradford, as a non-profit, SOGG ...

£2 Fixed Odds Betting Terminals stake comes into force

On Monday, all 32,000 Fixed Odds Betting Terminals across the country will have their stakes slashed from £100 to £2, after a review by DCMS last year found that the machines caused problems for punters who in some cases ended up getting into serious debt through addictive gambling. Adam Bradford, 26, is the co-founder of the Safer Online Gambling Group. Adam has ...

Adam Bradford and his father David expose holes in online gambling self-exclusion scheme

As part of an undercover BBC investigation, Adam Bradford worked with BBC 5Live Investigates to uncover holes in the gambling industry’s online self-exclusion scheme GAMSTOP. The campaign led to political acclaim, a commitment by the industry regulator to put things right and a heavy media focus on gambling addiction and applause across social media. The ...