This report investigates how Australians are using interactive gambling services and the impact of such online gambling on non-online gambling and gambling?related problems. Interactive gambling is a joint term capturing gaming and wagering on the Internet. A research study was conducted over three years and included a nationally representative telephone survey of 15,006 people, an online survey of 4,594 gamblers, interviews with 81 interactive gamblers, and data from gambling help services. This study provides a baseline of who, what, when, why and how people gamble, using interactive technology in Australia.
"Commissioned by Gambling Research Australia."
Prepared by Nerilee Hing, Sally Gainsbury, Alex Blaszczynski, Robert Wood, Dan Lubman, and Alex Russell.
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