1. Australia ($1,199 Gaming losses per adult) / 2. Singapore ($1,093) / 3. Ireland ($547) / 4. Canada ($528) / 5. Finland ($514) / Source: H2 Gambling Capital
An Australian woman is seeking an injunction against a slot machine she says misleads players about their chances of winning. Problem gambling is rampant in Australia, with poker machines widely available in pubs.
British Prime Minister Theresa May took a gamble calling for snap elections three years early and paid a heavy price. But she's not the first European politician to see a big bet backfire.
More and more African sports lovers are turning to sports betting as the multi-billion dollar industry continues to grow. Officials in Ghana have expressed concerns over how youth are getting addicted.
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