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List of organisations to which operators may direct their annual financial contribution for gambling research, prevention and treatment Information for operators From 1 January 2020 operators must direct their annual financial contribution for gambling research, prevention and treatment as required by LCCP SR code 3.1.1 to one or more of the organisations on the list below.
The Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) recently undertook research amongst higher education students to get an understanding of their behaviours and attitudes towards gambling and gaming, so support their current work with universities. Over 2,000 students took part in the survey and whilst a large number of those asked said that they enjoyed the social side of both gaming and.
YGAM is excited to announce that it has updated its legal name. We wanted to reflect the growing emphasis on gaming and digital resilience in our work with young people. So, we are changing our name to the Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust. We’ll still be known and trade as YGAM, reflecting our role in getting young people, and those.
The UK-based charity, Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM), has partnered with gambling support service Betknowmore UK to deliver a 'purposeful, authentic and genuine' approach to their training initiatives tacking gambling-related harm. The not for profit organisations are bringing their joint expertise to two new training models with the aim of reaching more industry.
The Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) has published the results of a survey that looks specifically at higher education students, their attitudes to gaming and gambling and considers the related behaviours and potential challenges.
YGAM is a UK Registered Charity with a social purpose to inform, educate and safeguard young people against problematic social gaming or gambling. More recently the charity has been heavily.
The Young Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) is a charity taking practical action to support young people and tackle the associated risks to health and wellbeing of gambling and social gaming. In their words: “Statistics don’t really tell the story of the harm that could face those experiencing problems, their friends and their families.