Central Queensland University conducted a study of the impact of skill-based gambling machines (SGMs) on gambling behavior to help regulators determine the way to handle these products.The study included different demographics and gambling attitudes to find that people playing electronic gaming machines are more likely to be attracted to SGMs, with non-gamblers more attracted to electronic games. The study also found that ”the inclusion of skill-based components in the game play is likely to strengthen the illusion of control” in SGMs.คำพูดจาก