Ladbrokes and Neds owner quit shirt sponsorships amid backlash from gambling adverts

The survey, conducted for this title by Resolve Strategic, found that only 25% of respondents thought gambling and betting companies should be allowed to sponsor the sport, while 62% favored a ban and 14% were undecided.

The findings highlighted the growing debate over money pouring into major sport from sectors facing fierce opposition from critics who say industries that harm the environment or the community are becoming ‘normalised’ .


The government announced on Monday that online betting companies would be required to drop the phrase ‘gambling responsibly’ by March next year in favor of new slogans that make players think about the consequences of gambling. loss of a bet.

New slogans include: “Chances are you’re about to lose”, “Think. Is this a bet you really want to place?”, “What is gambling really costing you? “” and “What are you willing to lose today? Set a deposit limit”.

Popular online betting services Bet 365, Sportsbet, Ladbrokes, Neds and Pointsbet are among those to apply the new slogans.

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