The RGC team works alongside operators and regulators to ensure the right safeguards are in place to promote safer gambling in our communities.
RGC’s Centre for the Advancement of Best Practices (CABP), in collaboration with the Ontario Gambling Research Society (OGRS), conceived and implemented a three-wave provincial survey study to examine the impacts of COVID-19 on Ontarians’ gambling behaviours, financial stability, and mental health and wellbeing.
Gambling Harm Prevention in Chinese, South Asian, and Indigenous Communities
This research project was designed to provide recommendations on messaging content and format to support the development of RGC’s problem gambling prevention programs. It identifies insights that are specific and relevant to key communities.
RGC’s Centre for the Advancement of Best Practices is pleased to release the first Canada-wide single-event sports betting study supporting the development of evidence-informed strategies and best-practices for responsible gambling across the country—particularly in the online space.
We’re here to help minimize those risks. The Responsible Gambling Council (RGC) is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to problem gambling prevention.
iGaming, eSports, loot boxes … gambling is everywhere in a young person’s world. Visit our new Youth Section for teens aged 12 to 18, or Young Adults section for those who are 18–24 and get the scoop on how gambling affects people in your specific age group.Learn More
The Responsible Gambling Council (RGC) is dedicated to reducing gambling risks through innovation, awareness and improved safeguards. We believe that gambling should never come at a human cost. Find out how we’re promoting safer gambling in communities around the world, helping industry stakeholders mitigate risk and minimize harms and uncovering new insights about gambling and its impact on people, businesses and communities.About RGC