Problem Gambling Network of Ohio

Our community thrives when we work together for good. Discover how your help furthers our cause and supports our vital programs.

 

The Problem Gambling Network of Ohio strives to generate awareness, promote education, and be an advocate for quality treatment of problem gamblers in the state of Ohio.

 

News & Notes

With mental health issues coming to the forefront during the COVID-19 pandemic, problem gambling, too, has been on the rise. Derek Longmeier, Executive Director for Problem Gambling Network of Ohio, said casinos have also reported “record years,” despite being closed for some time and then reopening at 25% to 50% capacity.

The National Council on Problem Gambling has announced the results of board of directors election, with five individuals subsequently being elected to serve terms from July 2021 to July 2024. Those newly elected to the board include Derek Longmeier, Executive Director of PGNO, and Karen Russo, Director of Responsible Gambling for the Ohio Lottery Commission.

Each online license holder can contract with an unlimited number of additional sportsbook partners. This could create one of the first uncapped online markets in the country and the first with retail betting options.

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Problem Gambling Network of Ohio
355 E. Campus View Blvd., Suite 285
Columbus, Ohio 43235

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