Royal Society of Public Health and Gambling Health Alliance want to find out what young people think about Loot Boxes. They’re setting up online focus groups with a £20 incentive and would like you to pass on to anyone who might take part.
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NOTES 1) This research will support a national campaign led by Gambling Health Alliance, a coalition of organisations aimed at reducing harm to health and wellbeing from gambling. 2) They hope to speak to young people to find out: What impact do loot boxes have on health, wellbeing and finances? Are loot boxes a form of gambling? How could games developers make loot boxes safer? What should schools teach about loot boxes? 3) The online discussion will last for about one hour (date and time to be confirmed). Participants will receive £20. Under-18s need permission from aparent or guardian.