For most people, games of chance are a fun pastime. You play for fun, and the chance of winning gives you a certain thrill. However, for some people gambling becomes compulsive and they get out of hand. Gambling becomes a problem when it has a negative impact on your relationships with family and friends and affects your education or work. It can also be detrimental to your (physical and mental) health or cause financial problems.
Dealing with Addiction
Do you recognize the following traits in yourself? If so, you run little risk:
- You have realistic expectations about your chances of winning.
- You don't play for too long in a row.
- You don't play with very high stakes.
- You accept it when you lose. You don't play endlessly to earn your losses back.
Do you recognize the following traits in yourself? If so, you run higher risk:
- You spend more than you can afford.
- You hope to solve your financial problems by gambling.
- You often think about gambling.
- You get angry or irritated when you lose and then play just as long to win your losses back.
If you are not sure whether you are addicted person or not, you can take this quick anonymous test and see what the results are.
If you feel you are no longer able to control your gambling or gamble safely, we offer you the option to self-exclude from betting with us. To begin the cooling off period, please contact our client support team.
Measures against Minors
To ensure that only adults participate in our casino, we take several measures:
- We inform on our website and everywhere you can participate that our service is for 18+ only; we verify personal data with valid identification.
- We validate personal data against a valid ID. If information is found to be incorrect, the account will be closed.
Third-Party Help & Support
If you or someone you know is affected by problem gambling, we recommend visiting the following trusted sites. They can provide specific help about playing responsibly and advice on how to approach gambling issues.
- Gambling Therapy:
Gambling Therapy is a global service offering free practical advice and emotional support to anyone
affected by problem gambling.
- Gamblers Anonymous:
Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience with problem gambling
with an aim to helping other compulsive gamblers recover.
Access free, confidential help by phone or online with BeGambleAware. Learn about how gambling
works, check if you or someone you know may have a problem and find tips on how to stay in control.