Love the Game Quiz

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  • Take our sport and gambling quiz

    Kids today have never known sport without betting. The ads make it seem normal and fun, but don’t talk about the risks, which is why we should.

    Together, let’s encourage young people to love the game, not the odds.

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    In Victoria, more than 900 gambling ads are shown on free-to-air TV every day.

    TRUE

    In 2021, an average of 948 gambling ads were shown daily on Victorian free-to-air TV alone. That’s three times higher than for alcohol.

    Source: Nielsen 2022

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    A majority of Victorian sports fans who participated in a recent survey don’t want betting companies sponsoring sporting clubs and codes

    TRUE

    A survey of more than 17,000 Victorian sports fans showed that 70% don’t want betting companies sponsoring sporting clubs and codes.

    Source: La Trobe University fan survey 2022

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    65% of parents think they have a role to play in changing their kids’ perception that it’s normal to bet on sport.

    FALSE

    In fact, 90% of parents agree they have a role to play in showing kids that sport and betting don’t have to go together. Parents can role model behaviours and help young people understand the risks associated with sports betting.

    Source: La Trobe University fan survey 2022

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    Men aged 25–35 bet on sport more than any other age group in Victoria

    FALSE

    Men aged 18–24 bet on sport more than any other age group in Victoria, making up a third of all sports bettors. Betting promotions make it seem normal, so it’s important that young people learn about the risks before reaching the legal age to gamble.
    Source: Rockloff, 2018-19

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  • The gambling industry spent $287.2 million on ads in Australia in 2021

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    The gambling industry spent $287.2 million on ads in Australia in 2021, up from $89.7 million in 2011. This excludes sponsorships and in-program content.
    Source: Nielsen 2020

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    No gambling ads are allowed on television between 5am and 8.30pm

    FALSE

    This ban only applies to live sport. Gambling ads are banned during live sport broadcasts between 5am and 8.30pm. Therefore, young people may see gambling ads during other shows throughout the day and after 8.30pm while watching live sport.

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