A scoping investigation of eye-tracking in Electronic Gaming Machine play

A scoping investigation of eye-tracking in Electronic Gaming Machine play (Published Mar 2017)
Professor Robert Rogers, Bangor University

FOB-Ts in British betting shops: Further analysis of machine data to examine the impact of the £50 Regulations

FOB-Ts in British betting shops: Further analysis of machine data to examine the impact of the £50 Regulations (Published Jan 2017)
Professor Ian McHale, University of Salford; Professor David Forrest, University of Liverpool

Contextualising machine gambling characteristics by location - final report A spatial investigation of machines in bookmakers using industry data

Category B Gaming Machines located in British Bookmakers

Patterns of play: analysis of data from machines in bookmakers (Published Jun 2015)
Dr Heather Wardle, Eleanor Ireland, Stephen Sharman, David Excell and Daniel Gonzalez-Ordonez.

The role of stake size in loss of control in within-session gambling (Published 2014)
Adrian Parke, Andrew Harris, Jonathan Parke and Paul Goddard, from University of Lincoln

Scoping the use of industry data on Category B gaming machines

B2 Gaming Machines Research Programme (Stage 2)

The relationship between the regulatory environment governing commercial gambling and the shape of the market in the supply and game parameters of gaming machines