[Webinar] Markers of Harm: Trustworthy Tools to Minimise Gambling-Related Harm

Tuesday 14 November, 11.00-12.00 CET

The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) invites you to join us on Tuesday 14 November (11-12 CET) for a webinar discussion about markers of harm, organised as part of the European Safer Gambling Week on 13-19 November.

During the webinar, panelists will delve into markers of harm, how they can be interpreted, and how they can be translated into actionable player protection steps.


11.00 – 11.05: Introduction by the moderator

    • Vasiliki Panousi, Manager – EU Affairs, EGBA.

11.05 – 11.15: Presentation

    • Dr Mark Griffiths, Distinguished Professor of Behavioural Addiction, Nottingham Trent University.

11.15 – 12.00: Panel discussion

    • Dr Anders Basbøll, Chief Adviser, Danish Gambling Authority.
    • Dr Mark Griffiths, Distinguished Professor of Behavioural Addiction, Nottingham Trent University.
    • Paula Murphy, Business Development Manager, Mindway AI.
    • Jez White, Director of Player Protection Systems and Analytics, Entain.


* EGBA also hosted a webinar about safer gambling interactions on Thursday 16 November: watch it here.

Join the discussions during European Safer Gambling Week by following EGBA on Twitter @EUgambling and LinkedIn @European Gaming and Betting Association, and using the hashtag #ESGW23.

About EGBA

The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) is the Brussels-based trade association representing the leading online gambling operators established, licensed, and regulated within the EU, including bet365, Betsson Group, Entain, Flutter, Kindred Group, and 888 William Hill. EGBA works together with national and EU authorities and other stakeholders towards a well-regulated and well-channelled online gambling market which provides a high level of consumer protection and takes account of the realities of the internet and online consumer demand. EGBA member companies meet rigorous regulatory standards and collectively have 267 online gambling licenses, serving 31.2 million customers, across 22 different European countries. They represent approximately one-third of Europe’s online gambling gross gaming revenue (GGR).

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