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Download the Winter 2013 Edition of Responsible Gaming Quarterly

by: NCRG Staff | Jan 31, 2013

RGQ Winter 2013

Yesterday, the NCRG and AGA released the winter 2013 edition of Responsible Gaming Quarterly yesterday. In its 10th year, Responsible Gaming Quarterly is a free publication that provides a broad range of coverage on recent research results, regulatory efforts, studies and developments in the treatment field and best practices for community programs that encourage responsible gaming.

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AGA Releases Updated Code of Conduct for Responsible Gaming

by: NCRG Staff | Jan 22, 2013

AGA Code of Conduct for Responsible GamingTo coincide with its 10th anniversary, the American Gaming Association (AGA) released an updated version of its Code of Conduct for Responsible Gaming, which reflects the various ways the gaming entertainment industry has evolved during the past decade.

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The NCRG and AGA are “All In for Responsible Gaming”

by: NCRG Staff | Jul 27, 2012

Even though Responsible Gaming Education Week only happens once a year, the American Gaming Association (AGA) and the National Center for Responsible Gaming (NCRG) focuses on responsible gaming year-round through programs and education initiatives. As in past years, the NCRG is joining with the AGA to encourage casinos and their patrons to understand how to gamble responsibly for Responsible Gaming Education Week, July 30 to August 3. During this year’s Responsible Gaming Education Week, we’ll use Gambling Disorders 360 to highlight some of the NCRG’s responsible gaming resources, as well as successful tools from other groups.

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Addressing Responsible Gaming in Indian Country

by: Institute Staff | May 17, 2010

Tribal Government GamingThis spring, Tribal Government Gaming magazine published a feature article about the responsible gaming measures already in place at tribal casinos and how some of these operations are expanding their efforts to include science-based technological innovations. The article – “Tribal Responsibility: Addressing Responsible Gaming in Indian Country” – includes a look at how San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino is using the National Center for Responsible Gaming’s PEER program and EMERGE online employee training program to enhance existing training and “create a whole new level of awareness… about the science behind pathological gambling,” according to Dianna Scina, guest services director.

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