Young people often have not yet fully internalized the value of money and at the same time are more willing to take risks than adults. Therefore, the risk of becoming addicted to gambling is many times higher among adolescents.
But how is the handling of these topics regulated in the Youth Protection Act on Gambling ?
What options do parents or guardians have to keep their offspring away from gambling halls or gambling machines ? And what penalties are possible if the rules are not met? Answers to these questions and further information on the Youth Protection Act can be found in this guide. With S128 the deals are clear now.
Advertising activities involving gambling that involves real money or facilities offering such gambling
To advertise online gambling requires Google certification. You can find out how to apply for a gambling license here . Advertising for online gambling where real money is being played
Examples : online casinos or betting offices, bingo or gaming machine websites or apps, online lottery or scratch card sales, online sports betting, virtual currency games, or real value missions
Advertising websites that contain or link to content related to online gambling
Online gambling games that are not casino games
All online games where money or valuables are used to win real money or prizes depending on the outcome of the game
Examples : fantasy sports, online tournaments or “3 wins” video games where money or prizes are played
Ads for no-profit casino games are allowed provided that they conform to the guidelines below and that the advertiser is properly certified for Google Ads. Ads for no-profit casino games must be targeted to the approved countries and must not target minors. You need to inform yourself about the regulations in the countries to which you want to target your ads.