THE MOST FREQUENT RISK FACTORS
A study, published in 2011, on gambling and player protection in Austria (Glücksspiel und Spielerschutz in Österreich, Kalke et al., Lambertus Verlag) shows that 18-35-year-olds, people with minimum qualifications, the unemployed, low earners and people who gamble frequently and for high stakes increasingly have gambling problems. Migrants also show a higher risk of developing a gambling problem. In 2015, the study was repeated and the population groups at risk were confirmed.
Background and surroundings can also play a decisive role in the development of a gambling addiction. Associated risk factors in this context include: excessive or inordinate gambling role models (peers), group pressure, history of (gambling) addiction problems in the family, broken-home situations, etc.
Test your own gambling or sports betting habits!
Why not use this opportunity and take a few minutes time to test your personal gambling or sports betting habits using our anonymous questionnaire. In the interests of confidentiality and anonymity, you will not be asked to provide any personal data and none of the information you provide will be saved in any form.
Please begin by answering the following question:
Do you predominantly play games of chance like casino games, lottery games, poker and bingo or do you predominantly partake in sports betting activities?