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Gambling Addiction, now is a good time to discuss.

by PJ

You probably already know that college students often engage in risky behaviors and gambling can be one of them. With the NCAA Basketball Tournament well underway, this is the righttime to raise awareness about gambling on college campuses.

The National Center for Responsible Gaming (NCRG) is launching a new website, www.collegegambling.org, for campus officials, students, and parents. Would you help us get the word out that this new resource is available?

In honor of the site's launch, we've created an animated interactive quiz that celebrates the excitement of events like the NCAA Tournament, while also informing fans about responsible gaming and the risks of gambling disorders.

Here is the quiz:


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