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News & Notes
With the Cleveland Browns in the playoffs and the Buckeyes in the National Championship, sports betting in Ohio is on the rise this weekend.
Over the holidays, you might have given your kids some video games, but those games might not be as harmless you think when it comes to gambling.
If we want the games industry to be open to the idea of sharing data and working collaboratively with independent researchers, we need to avoid a moral panic around loot boxes. Only by precisely looking at what games people are actually playing (and for how long), and how much they are spending, can we start to really get an idea of whether there’s a problem with loot boxes, and what sort of gamers they pose a problem for.