IGRGIndustry Government Relations Group (Canada)
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New gambling advertising guidelines are also set to be drawn up, while the Industry Group for Responsible Gambling (IGRG) is to strengthen the code on responsible gambling advertising to require operators to ensure gambling content and channels cannot be accessed by under-18s via social media.
The move has been made by the Industry Group for Responsible Gambling (IGRG), which represents not only the Association of British Bookmakers and Remote Gambling Association but also the British Amusement & Catering Trade Association (Bacta), Bingo Association and National Casino Forum.
The IGRG, formed in March 2014, said yesterday it had made further improvements to be implemented over the next six months, including a requirement to have socially responsible gambling messages at the end of all television and radio adverts, the removal from pre-watershed television advertising of sign-up offers targeted at new customers, and increased prominence and references to problem gambling website gambleaware.co.uk.