Singapore anti-gambling ad gets updated following Germany win

As we know Singapore anti gambling ad backfires after Germany win against Brazil in semifinal. And it become a bash after Germany win the tournament but they do some adjustment to their ads.
The ad which featured a young boy confessing that his father had bet his savings on Germany winning the World Cup was criticised by fans and commentators alike, reaching a global audience.

Now, NCPG have updated the captions on the ads on their official site.

“Your dad’s team won. Did you get your savings back?” reads the first caption, followed by the reply: “No, dad never stops… he wants to bet one more time.”

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The NCPG ad campaign will continue until July 23 having launched in early June, just prior to the start of the World Cup.

NCPG had earlier stated that they will not be pulling the ad, saying: “At the end of the day, win or lose, the dangers of problem gambling, and the potential anxiety and pain that loved ones go through remain unchanged.”
Source :- My Sports Yahoo

// Hopefully the latest ads could bring information about bad of gambling.

Financial literacy statistics over the past couple of years have been fluctuating and always has

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