Recent and current media campaigns

Gambling Support Program (GSP) uses multi-media advertising campaigns to deliver information and build understanding within the Tasmanian community around gambling issues. Campaigns include prevention messages, such as how the house edge in commercial gambling ensures losses to the player over time, and intervention information such as what the signs of problem gambling are, and where to go for help when a gambling problem is present.

Tasmanian Gambling Exclusion Scheme

The Tasmanian Gambling Exclusion Scheme provides a means for patrons to exclude themselves, or be excluded from gambling. This campaign provides information about the scheme, including how patrons can register.Tasmanian Gambling Exclusion Scheme

Family and Friends

For every person with a gambling problem, five to ten other people are affected. This campaign provides information to those people affected about how to look after themselves, their families and their finances.

Know Your Odds

This campaign provides information how commercial games of chance work – the house edge, the odds of winning a prize – and debunks some of the myths and misunderstandings about gambling that can lead players to betting more than they can afford to lose.

TV advertisements and other information from the campaign can be found on the Know Your Odds website

Know Your Odds Facebook page

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ODDSR

This campaign places Gamblers Help advertisements and other information in gaming venues, as part of the Mandatory Code of Gambling in Tasmania.

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Gambling information brochures and posters

The current range of ODDSR brochures displayed in gaming venues can be accessed on the Department of Treasury and Finance's Information for Players webpage.

ODDSR posters are displayed in gaming venues. The current selection of posters are displayed at Department of Treasury and Finance's signs, stickers and posters for licence holders webpage

Gamblers Help advertising

The GSP actively promotes Gamblers Help through state-wide and local advertising, in newspapers, online, TV and radio, and in outdoor locations.

Gambling Advert on the rear of a bus