This is the profile of the men most vulnerable to the advertising of bets
Young people have a greater involvement in sports betting, cards and roulette
A report highlights that men between 18 and 40 years of age with low education are more vulnerable to the impact of advertising related to gambling. This advertising increases your interest in the game, generates a more positive attitude towards it, and also increases your knowledge about the providers of this type of game.
The report highlights that the lower the educational level, the greater the influence of gambling advertising; that men are more interested in gambling; and that the possibilities grow after seeing an announcement related to the game.
Sports betting, cards and roulette
In addition, it shows that young people have a greater involvement in sports betting, cards and roulette and that, although everyone prefers the face-to-face game modality, the younger ones participate more in the 'online' game.
The conference on responsible gaming held this week stems from the collaboration agreement signed last June between the ONCE Foundation. In it, an accessible guide has been presented, entitled ‘It's your turn, play responsibly’, with recommendations for responsible use and consumption of betting and gambling.
From the cooperatives, Larrea stressed that the consumer "claims security in this sector, online and physical" and asked "to protect the most vulnerable", while, on the part of the General Directorate of Gaming, García García asked to "eradicate the game of minors ”.