Regulatory expert identifies key focal points for regulators, including student-athlete protection and transparency around launch schedule.
Problem gambling researchers have found a correlation between education level and risk of problem gambling, especially in men.
Dr. Michelle Malkin at East Carolina University is lone voice from NC’s D-I schools to address student-athletes harassed by bettors.
Nearly half of the 1,000 respondents to an NCSharp survey supported casino expansion in North Carolina; 29% of respondents were opposed.
A national council of legislators wrote a responsible gaming resolution to help states like North Carolina avoid reinventing the wheel.
North Carolina student-athletes could be at risk of gambling-related harassment, and NC regulators should take the threat seriously.
NC sports betting revenue will provide $2 million annually for problem gambling programs. NCSharp looks at how the programs serve the public.
A program run by the NC Department of Health and Human Services teaches North Carolina teens how to approach gambling responsibly.
NC Sharp considers HB 347’s responsible gambling commitment, including $2 million yearly for problem gambling. Could it do more?
March is National Problem Gambling Awareness Month, and North Carolina has plenty of free resources available to help those in need.