A taxonomy of gambling and casino games via social media and online technologies

@article{Gainsbury2014ATO,
  title={A taxonomy of gambling and casino games via social media and online technologies},
  author={Sally M. Gainsbury and N. Hing and P. Delfabbro and D. King},
  journal={International Gambling Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={14},
  pages={196 - 213}
}
  • Sally M. Gainsbury, N. Hing, +1 author D. King
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • International Gambling Studies
  • The increased popularity of casino games on social media platforms has prompted international jurisdictions to consider the extent to which these games may be similar to Internet gambling activities and therefore subject to regulatory action. Gambling themes are popular in video and computer games, and simulated-gambling activities are commonly offered by gambling operators as a way of enticing users to gamble online with money. However, little research has evaluated the impact of the digital… CONTINUE READING
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