House of Lords calls for ban on gambling sponsorship in sport

Inquiry into gambling makes 66 recommendations including end to bet-to-view live streaming and stake limits determined by addictiveness

The House of Lords Select Committee on the Social and Economic Impact of the gambling industry has called for the end of gambling sponsorship in sport and the requirement for people to open bookmaker accounts or place bets to view live streams on gambling sites and apps. In a 194-page report containing 66 recommendations targeting…

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