Lund University study alludes to loophole in Swedish self-exclusion process

New research suggests 38% of Spelpaus users were still able to gamble online despite self-imposed ban

Almost 40% of Swedes to have self-excluded from licensed sites are still gambling online, according to a new research study from the Nordic nation. Lund University duo Anders Håkansson and Carolina Widinghoff conducted their research in May 2020 and discovered that 38% of individuals using the Spelpaus self-exclusion register continued to gamble. Of those 38%, the majority…

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