Åland Penningautomatförening (Paf), a locally-owned gaming company, has urged the Swedish government to outlaw gambling marketing and increase the gambling tax.
The comments were delivered at a panel debate on gaming policy organized by Paf during the annual Almedalen Week in Sweden, one of the most significant political gatherings in the nation: “The industry we love to hate”.
The Swedish self-exclusion program Spelpaus should be expanded to function preventively by centralizing the player’s restrictions so that it applies uniformly to all operators, according to the operator’s policy recommendations.
But more importantly, it made the case that all sponsorship and exposure of gambling advertisements linked to sports, as well as gambling advertisements on TV and in public places, should be outlawed.
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