NOVA SCOTIA, Canada -- The My-Play System, a program introduced in Nova Scotia to track problem gamblers habits has been discarded by the government, according to a CBC News report.
The system was introduced in 2010 and became standard on all VLTs in 2012, the report explained.
The system, which cost $19.5 million, is being discarded because it's proved ineffective with gamblers not using it, the CBC News report said.
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