Office of Responsible Gambling

Introducing Betiquette

The Show some Betiquette campaign was designed to demonstrate responsible gambling to young males aged 18-35, considered at risk of developing a gambling problem, in the context of online sports betting.

Play it Safe

This video is designed to start a discussion about gambling in our Aboriginal communities. Talking about gambling, and realising the problems it can cause, is the first step to making things better. There is help available and it is possible to stop gambling. Four people share their stories about how they did it.

Latest news

Families and Youth at Centre of Responsible Gambling Grants

22nd May 2019

Five universities will share in almost $400,000 funding from the NSW Office of Responsible Gambling for research to help prevent and reduce gambling harms. The office’s director, Natalie Wright, said the 2019 Responsible Gambling grants support innovative projects with a focus on youth, families and new technology.

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Responsible gambling fund to deliver 'Smart' support

22nd January 2019

Help could soon be in-hand for gamblers, with the NSW Government investing $436,000 to develop the first intervention apps in Australia aimed at reducing gambling harm. Minister for Racing Paul Toole said as part of the Responsible Gambling Fund grants program, Deakin University would develop two mobile apps aimed at supporting people who want help to reduce or stop gambling.

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$1.5M boost to Sydney & NSW night-time economy

24th January 2019

Sydney precincts and NSW live music events will benefit from investment of $1.5 million from the NSW Government aimed at stimulating the night-time economy, Minister for Racing Paul Toole and Minister for the Arts Don Harwin said today.

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