Lottery Holiday Responsible Gambling Campaign Toolkit for 2020

 

Each year, NCPG and the International Centre for Youth Gambling Problems and High-Risk Behaviors at McGill University asks lotteries to support our responsible gambling campaign and help raise awareness regarding the risks of underage lottery play during the holiday season.

Whether or not it is legal for minors to participate in lottery games in your area, a responsible gaming message during the holidays is always welcomed. In past years, the campaign has been endorsed by the World Lottery Association and NASPL.

Click here to sign up to participate in the 2020 Holiday Lottery Responsible Gambling Campaign!

 

2020 Campaign Materials for Download: 

Campaign Guidelines

Digital Cover Photo 

Social Media Graphic 800×800

Campaign Flyer with Bleed- Horizontal 

Campaign Flyer with Bleed – Vertical 

Campaign Logo 

Fact Sheet

Youth Gambling Fact Sheet

Sample Press Release

All Campaign Materials as Zip File (coming soon)

For information from the 2019 and 2018 Campaigns, click here.

Questions? Please contact: 

Andy White, NASPL

awhite@nasplhq.org

For questions about the sign up form contact:

National Council on Problem Gambling

ncpg@ncpgambling.org

202-360-4560

Lynette Gilbeau

Research Coordinator

International Centre for Youth Gambling Problems and High-Risk Behaviors, McGill University

Lynette.gilbeau@mcgill.ca

514-398-4438

CAMPAIGN PARTICIPAnts

LOTTERY LEVEL 1​

– Sign up as a participant of the Campaign

– Press Release or Media Placement

– 1-4 Social Media Messages Posted (promoting responsible gambling / appropriate age for lottery play / youth gambling stats / parental awareness tips)

LOTTERY LEVEL 2

– Sign up as a participant of the Campaign

– Press Release or Media Placement

– 5-10 Social Media Messages Posted (promoting responsible gambling / appropriate age for lottery play / youth gambling stats / parental awareness tips)

– Retailer Training / Messaging on Youth Gambling

– Targeted Print / Digital Design Advising Parents to ‘Gift Responsibly’ / ‘Lottery Tickets are Not for Children’

LOTTERY LEVEL 3

– Sign up as a participant of the Campaign

– Press Release or Media Placement

– 11+ Social Media Messages Posted (promoting responsible gambling / appropriate age for lottery play / youth gambling stats / parental awareness tips)

– Retailer Training / Messaging on Youth Gambling

– Targeted Print / Digital Design Advising Parents to ‘Gift Responsibly’ / ‘Lottery Tickets are Not for Children’

– Commercial (TV or Radio) advising parents against purchasing lottery tickets for Kids

 

NON-LOTTERY ORGANIZATIONS​

– Sign up as a participant of the Campaign

– Press Release or Media Placement

– 1-4 Social Media Messages Posted (promoting responsible gambling / appropriate age for lottery play / youth gambling stats / parental awareness tips)

 

2020 Campaign Participants

U.S.
CT Lottery Corporation
D.C. Lottery
Hoosier Lottery
Illinois Lottery
Mississippi Lottery Corporation
New Jersey Lottery
New York Lottery
Ohio Lottery Commission
Oregon State Lottery
Virginia Lottery

Canada
Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission – AGLC
British Columbia Lottery Corporation – BCLC

U.S.
Arkansas Scholarship Lottery
Colorado Lottery
Florida Lottery
Georgia Lottery Corporation
Iowa Lottery Authority
Kentucky Lottery Corporation
Massachusetts State Lottery
Minnesota Lottery
Missouri Lottery
North Carolina Education Lottery
Pennsylvania Lottery
Rhode Island Lottery
South Dakota Lottery
Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation
Texas Lottery Commission

International
Hrvatska Lutrija – Croatian Lottery (Croatia)
Lotto NZ (New Zealand)
Österreichische Lotterien GmbH – Austrian Lotteries Gesellschaft (Austria)

U.S.
Arizona Lottery
California State Lottery
Delaware Lottery
Idaho Lottery
Kansas Lottery
Louisiana Lottery Corporation
Maine Lottery
Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency
Michigan Bureau of State Lottery
Montana Lottery
Nebraska Lottery
New Hampshire Lottery
New Mexico Lottery
Oklahoma Lottery
South Carolina Education Lottery
Vermont Lottery
Washington’s Lottery
West Virginia Lottery
Wisconsin Lottery
Wyoming Lottery Corporation

Canada
Atlantic Lottery
Loto-Québec
Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries
Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation
Ontario Lottery and Gaming
Saskatchewan Lotteries

International
SAZKA Czech Republic

U.S.
AdCare Educational Institute of Maine, Inc.
Armstrong Indiana Clarion Drug & Alcohol Commission
Association of Problem Gambling Service Administrators (CA)
Big Village (OR)
Crawford County Drug & Alcohol Executive Commission – CCDAEC (PA)
Council on Chemical Abuse (PA)
Employee & Family Resources (IA)
Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling
Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems (PA)
Illinois Council on Problem Gambling
Indiana Council on Problem Gambling
Jackpocket (NY)
Maine Council on Problem Gambling
Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling
Maryland Council on Problem Gambling
Massachusetts Council on Gaming and Health
Nebraska Council on Problem Gambling
Northstar Problem Gambling Alliance (MN)
Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addictions
Oklahoma Association on Problem and Compulsive Gambling
Problem Gambling Services (Rhode Island),
Rhode Island Council on Problem Gambling
Scientific Games (NV)
South Suburban Council (IL)
Substance Abuse Services Center (MA)
Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities – TASC
Umatilla County Public Health (OR)