Sport's relationship with gambling will be scrutinised after the government revealed the scope of its betting law review on Tuesday.
UK sports minister Nigel Huddleston said that the Gambling Act 2005 has been "the basis for virtually all gambling regulation in the UK".
He now wants to "pull our legal framework into the digital age".
"In terms of sport if there is evidence of harm coming from sponsorship and advertising, we will act," he added.
"We will also take into account the extremely difficult financial situation that many sports and organisations find themselves in now, as well as broadcasters, as a result of Covid.
"We know the challenges the sporting sector have had and therefore we need to make sure any changes are proportionate."
The wide-ranging review will examine how betting is promoted in football and sport, from shirt sponsorship through to television and online advertising.
Three-quarters of Premier League teams have betting sponsors or partners.
That figure rises to 87% in the Championship.
Campaigners and former Tottenham and QPR defender Steven Caulker, who has recovered from a gambling addiction, have told BBC Sport that betting has become normalised in football.
The gambling industry says it provides much-needed funds for the sport, while the Premier League and English Football League say their clubs comply with current regulations.
The government will gather evidence over the next 16 weeks before the review closes on 31 March 2021. สล็อตวอเลท