An Australian Senate inquiry into “loot boxes” has found a link between the popular game feature and problem gambling amongst gamers.
The 29th annual Australasian Gaming Expo set a new attendance record with 8,638 visits, a 7 percent increase over the 2017 expo, already a record year.
Australians are increasingly using mobile devices to place bets. However, there are fewer punters taking bets overall compared to six years ago, said a report from research firm Roy Morgan.
The Australasian Gaming Expo expects 2018 to be the “biggest and best” year yet in its 29 year history, with several new upgrades to its program.
Silver Heritage Group has appointed Australian entrepreneur James Spenceley as non-executive chairman and director, effective immediately.
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