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TapOut: Safer gambling message to hit screens again

As a partner of BeGambleAware, the FSA is pleased to support the next stage of the Bet Regret campaign that launches this weekend as the Tap Out message hits screens once again.

The Tap Out campaign is aiming to educate supporters about addictive smart phone technologies that encourage impulsive gambling, and encourage users to take a break from their phones. It’s a major awareness campaign running across TV, radio, and social media, and is being supported by former-England international David James.

The FSA and BeGambleAware have been working together over the last two seasons to promote the safer gambler message among football supporters, and spreading the Tap Out message to FSA members and our wider audience is the latest part of that.

To learn more about Tap Out, visit BeGambleAware’s BetRegret page here.

 

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