GambleAware funding comes up short—again

The U.K. gambling sector has come up short of its goal—again—to fund the industry’s self-funded problem gambling charity. GambleAware received a total of £9.6m in voluntary contributions from UK gambling operators over the 12 months ending March 31, below the £10m target and well below the 0.1% share of gambling revenue that operators are supposed to remit. GambleAware also received £7.3m as its share of regulatory settlements between gambling operators and the UK Gambling Commission.
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The U.K. gambling sector has come up short of its goal—again—to fund the industry’s self-funded problem gambling charity. GambleAware received a total of £9.6m in voluntary contributions from UK gambling operators over the 12 months ending March 31, below the £10m target and well below the 0.1% share of gambling revenue that operators are supposed to remit. GambleAware also received £7.3m as its share of regulatory settlements between gambling operators and the UK Gambling Commission.

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