The Campaign for Fairer Gambling has today announced that Adrian Parkinson, a former Regional Gaming Manager, will be joining its campaign against Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs). The betting industry whistle blower, who featured on the recent Panorama programme on gambling, will take up a consultancy position alongside Matt Zarb-Cousin, a reformed gambling addict and campaign founder, Derek Webb.
An extraordinary article in the Daily Telegraph…our adverts seem to working! No official complaints received by the Campaign directly, so watch this space for more.
See the latest edition of Coinslot, where we challenge the latest claims from the Association of British Bookmakers (ABB). Read it here.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling is again challenging the assertions of the Gambling Commission. The Commission issued a Bulletin to its licensing authorities shortly after an advert was placed in a public service magazine about breaching of betting licenses, which attempted to clarify assertions by the Campaign for Fairer Gambling that the turnover generated by FOBTs changes the primary purpose of betting shops from betting to gaming, which would constitute a breach of license. (more…)
See our latest advert on why the bookmakers’ arguments about roulette machines simply don’t stack up…