National self-exclusion scheme Gamstop recorded a 21% rise in new registrations in February

A surge in internet betting during the coronavirus pandemic was followed by a rise in the number of gamblers trying to block themselves from using online casinos and bookmakers, it has emerged.

Gamstop, the national self-exclusion scheme for people wrestling with their gambling, recorded a 21% increase in new exclusions during February, according to figures seen by the Guardian.

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