Our research is interdisciplinary, policy-relevant, and theoretically informed. Our projects have been funded by a range of organisations.
Our work has been published widely by a range of peer-reviewed journals and publishers.
All our work aims to engage policy makers in discussions about the best approaches to regulating gambling.
Our work regularly features across media platforms, including BBC, Sky, and The Guardian.
Esports fans are a target audience for gambling companies wanting to attract the next generation of bettors to their products. As with other sports, professional esports teams have commercial sponsorship arrangements. Our paper seeks to document the level of gambling sponsorship of the world’s top esports teams.
Cross-sectional studies identify problem gambling as a risk factor for suicidality. Using an online longitudinal survey, we aimed to examine the association between changes in severity of gambling behaviour and attempted suicide.
Commercial gambling markets have undergone unprecedented expansion and diversification in territories across Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). This gambling boom has popularised the uptake of gambling products in existing circuits of popular culture, sport and leisure and raised concerns about the extent to which state legislation is equipped to regulate the differentiated impacts of gambling on public health.
Our team of experts has been invited to share our insights on different platforms, including TV, radio, podcasts, and online publications.
We believe that our media appearances not only showcase our expertise but also highlight the relevance of our research in today’s world.
We are committed to continuing to provide valuable insights and to share our findings with a wider audience through various media channels.