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Heather Wardle. In Britain, gambling has an ambiguous place in the lives of children. For the most part, children are legally prohibited from taking part in many forms of commercial gambling. Age restrictions range from 16 and over for National Lottery products, including scratchcards, the football pools and society lotteries whereas age restrictions are 18 and over for all other forms of commercial gambling.
Griffiths, M.D. & Derevensky, J. (2017). The liberalisation of the lottery market in the Netherlands: A report on potential psychosocial impacts and how to minimise harm. Report prepared for the European Association for the Study of Gambling/Assissa Consultancy (The Netherlands).
The Netherlands Gaming Authority has completed its study of loot boxes, also known as ‘crates’, ‘cases’ or ‘packs’. Loot boxes are a type of treasure chest that are built into a growing number of games.