Eva Monson is a professor at the Université de Sherbrooke. Her current research is devoted to investigating how social and environmental deprivation, from the level of the individual to the neighbourhoods where they reside, factor into the dialogue concerning gambling behaviours and problems.
Jennifer Reynolds is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Concordia University. Trained in Public health, her current research focuses on the convergence between gambling and gaming, examing the complex social and environmental interactions which shapes players experience, while also engaging young people in prevention and arts-based knowledge dissemination.
Mark R. Johnson is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He is a sociologist and political economist interested in the intersections between play and money, such as Esports, live streaming, daily fantasy, gamification, and loot boxes. He also makes games, regularly blogs and podcasts about games, and is a former professional poker player.
Francis Markham is a human geographer based at the Australian National University, with particular interests in political economy and policy. His doctoral research focused on the geographical distribution of gambling harms and the application of Total Consumption Theory to expenditure on electronic gaming machines.