An estimated 450,000 UK children aged 13-17 have gambled with 'skins' - virtual gaming assets which can be exchanged for chips in online casinos. Here's where to find information and reports about children gambling online, including our in-depth investigation into the rise of 'skin gambling'.
Read more about the origins of skin gambling and how it was popularised
Children are exposed to gambling in popular games — read our report
Loot boxes are a common sight in games - what are they and why are they problematic?
We talked to a former gambling addict about the signs that children might be gambling
We break down the findings of the Gambling Commission's report into underage gambling
The Gambling Commission's report into the rise of problem gambling among children