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All 26 fixtures screened live over the Christmas holidays had at least five commercials for betting firms.Viewers were encouraged to sign up to gambling websites with the lure of free bets.Charities said gambling was being 'normalised', feeding a public health crisis on the scale of obesity and alcoholism.Marc Etches of Gamble Aware said the 'ever present' TV adverts made children think betting was a regular part of life.Studies show youngsters are extremely susceptible to commercials and more vulnerable to gambling addiction than adults.
The number of TV gambling adverts has surged since 2007, when Tony Blair's Labour government eased restrictions on high street and online betting firms.'The prevalence of gambling adverts is a ticking time bomb, storing up problems for the future,' said Justyn Larcombe of the consultancy Epic, which helps problem gamblers.'TV adverts on sporting events are helping to normalise gambling among children.