Young people no longer just experience gambling at a distance.
Eight in 10 teenagers have participated in some form of gambling.
On average, one teen in every high school class has an issue with gambling.
Gambling is increasingly a part of everyday life. Teens see it everywhere - in sport, advertising, online games, social media and in the behaviour of those around them.
Anyone with a smartphone or tablet can gamble at any time, day or night - even if they're underage. This normalisation of gambling makes teens less likely to recognise the dangers, further increasing the risk they will gamble.