The interaction between gambling activities and modes of access: a comparison of Internet-only, land-based only, and mixed-mode gamblers

Research suggests that Internet-based gambling includes risk factors that may increase gambling problems. The current study aimed to investigate subgroups of gamblers to identify the potential harms associated with various forms and modes of gambling.

The Role of Auditory Features Within Slot-Themed Social Casino Games and Online Slot Machine Games

Over the last few years playing social casino games has become a popular entertainment activity. Social casino games are offered via social media platforms and mobile apps and resemble gambling activities.

Online Gambling Addiction: the Relationship Between Internet Gambling and Disordered Gambling

One of the most significant changes to the gambling environment in the past 15 years has been the increased availability of Internet gambling, including mobile; Internet gambling is the fastest growing mode of gambling and is changing the way that gamblers engage with this activity.

Maintaining and losing control during internet gambling: A qualitative study of gamblers’ experiences

This paper provides an in-depth exploration of the psycho-social factors and processes related to maintaining and losing control during Internet gambling. It explores features of Internet gambling leading to loss of control, control strategies used by Internet gamblers, and perceived utility of online responsible gambling measures.

How the Internet is changing gambling: findings from an Australian Prevalence Survey

Interactive gambling as a regulated activity, coupled with easy accessibility to offshore providers represents a new mode and format of gambling superimposed on traditional land-based opportunities. This paper aimed to investigate the prevalence of gambling among Australian adults and the relationship between various gambling activities and interactive modes of access.