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Darshini Ayton does not work for, consult to, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has no relevant affiliations. Claire Tobin author declares that she does not work for, consult to, own shares in or receive funding from gaming industries, or any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has no relevant affiliations. A number of public health experts have written a letter to the Prime Minister, Leader of the Opposition and Parlimentarians in support of the mandatory pre-commitment system for poker machines. The signatories argue that there is an urgent need to address the harms from problem gambling. The proposed mandatory pre-commitment scheme requires gamblers to set a limit on the amount they are willing to lose prior to entering a gambling environment. Once this amount is reached, gamblers will be locked out of further play. There is fierce opposition to a mandatory pre-commitment scheme , with those against it arguing there is no evidence that it will work and advocating voluntary adoption. However, findings from Queensland, South Australia, Norway and Nova Scotia, Canada show that voluntary pre-commitment is unlikely to be effective.
Gambling operators often seek to persuade governments and the public of their virtue by funding 'good causes'. Lotteries, for example, have been used to fund such things as the Sydney Opera House , hospitals in Queensland and health, arts, sport and education initiatives in the UK. In Australia, and other countries, gambling operators are also required by law to donate some of their revenue for community and charitable purposes. In Victoria, for example, club pokies operators must document their contributions annually.