CGR at RANGES 2023 Futures of Gambling Studies Conference

Claudia and Jay attended the Research and Networking for Gambling Early-Career Scholars (RANGES) virtual conference last Thursday. Claudia presented a poster on gambling stream consumption ‘Is watching gambling livestreams associated with intentions to gamble among non-gambling young adults? An application of theory of planned behaviour’, and Jay presented a poster on virtual item valuation ‘More than Money’s Worth? Measuring Virtual Item Valuation for Video-Game Microtransactions’

Lab Alumni Spencer Murch was also a keynote speaker at the conference and presented his research on developing fairer machine learning models for detecting at-risk online gamblers.