It’s Responsible Gaming Education Week, and in observance of this initiative, we’ve put together a quiz to check your awareness of problem gambling, as well as a list of tips for gaming safely and gambling responsibly at casinos in Atlantic City, NJ and beyond. First, take the quiz and test your knowledge, then read on […]
Parents in Parsippany know to prohibit their children from smoking marijuana and gambling. But believe it or not, video games and gambling disorders have a lot in common these days. However, if you aren’t a gamer or someone who is in touch with gaming culture, you would never recognize it at first glance. Some gamers […]
September is National Recovery Month, which means the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey (CCGNJ) will be hosting its annual conference to discuss the causes and impact of problem gambling. Check out the video below for a preview of the event, and continue reading below for the detailed agenda.
From Cape May to Parsippany, problem gambling and drug use are increasingly affecting young people in New Jersey communities. Many people believe that unethical marketing practices could be to blame. But on May 14, 2019, the American Gaming Association (AGA) established a new code of conduct for marketers and advertisers who promote sports wagering services.
As legalized sports betting spreads from Atlantic City to communities across the country and opportunities for gambling revenue expand nationwide, impressionable young people growing up in our technology-dependent world are being exposed to more messages about gambling. Whether it’s through advertising or video games that offer “loot boxes” (virtual, chance-based rewards) gambling is everywhere a […]