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Responsible Gaming

We care deeply about our users. That’s why we feel it’s important that you feel safe and don’t take on any harmful behaviors when it comes to gambling. Addiction, pathological or compulsive gambling will all have negative consequences for the player and the people around. What makes this such a dangerous path is the inability of the player to stop spending a lot of time, money and energy on gambling.

The number one thing to understand about gambling is that it’s all about luck. You are not going to win every time. Almost all of the promoted partners on provide features for managing your budget, make sure to use it so you don’t end up overspending your entertainment budget. The number one sign that you might have a problem with gambling is that you gamble for more money than you can afford to lose. Should you at some point feel you are getting to close to the edge of gambling addiction, please note that you can permanently close your account. The second thing to do on your list should be to seek help; this can be done via our recommended partners below. We highly recommend reaching out to GamCare.

Tips for Safe Gambling (From RGC)

The Responsible Gambling Council has provided a great list that aims to be a guideline for Safer Play, whether it’s land based – or online casinos that you’re playing at.

  • Don’t think of gambling as a way to make money.
    • The bottom line is that gambling establishments like land-based casinos and online gambling sites are set up to take in more money than they pay out. This means that over time, you will lose more money than you win. And, remember it’s not just casinos. All forms of gambling have the same principle – the vast majority of people lose so that a very small minority can have big wins. Virtually all people with gambling problems hold the false expectation that they are the ones who will be the big winners. That belief feeds the problem.
  • Always gamble with money that you can afford to lose.
    • Gamble with money that you set aside for fun, like going to the movies or going out for drinks. Never use money that you need for important things like rent, bills, tuition, etc.
  • Never chase losses.
    • If you lose money, never try to get it back by going over your limit. This usually leads to even bigger losses.
  • Set a money limit.
    • Decide how much money you can afford to lose before you play. When you have lost that amount of money, quit. If you win – enjoy, but remember it won’t happen most of the time.
  • Set a time limit.
    • Decide how much time you can afford to spend gambling. When you reach that time limit, stop gambling.
  • Don’t gamble when you are depressed or upset.
    • It is hard to make good decisions about gambling when you are feeling down.
  • Balance gambling with other activities.
    • It’s important to enjoy other activities so that gambling doesn’t become too big a part of your life.
  • Gambling and alcohol are not a good combination.
    • Gambling under the influence is common, but it generally leads people to make bad decisions that they regret later.

How to Seek Professional Help for a Gambling Addiction

There are several organisations that provide great help and information for players that have fallen into gambling addiction. Their representatives are trained and offer professional help to deal with a gambling problem and those affected by it in their environment.


GamCare: GamCare is the leading national provider of information, advice, support and free counselling for the prevention and treatment of problem gambling. Their expert services are confidential and non-judgemental. Easiest way to get in contact with GamCare is to use their HotLine or NetLine. You can also reach out to others in the same situation using their Forum services.

Gambling Therapy

Gambling Therapy: Gambling Therapy is a free online service that provides practical advice and emotional support to people affected by problem gambling who reside outside Great Britain. Gambling Therapy is part of the Gordon Moody Association.


BeGambleAware: BeGambleAware is administered and funded by an independent charity – the Responsible Gambling Trust operating as GambleAware.

They provide information to help people make informed decisions about their gambling. The service helps you to find out more about gambling and what responsible gambling means, to understand and recognise problem gambling, and show you where to go for further information, help and support should you need it.

GambleAware is the leading charity in the UK committed to minimising gambling-related harm. As an independent national charity funded by donations from the gambling industry, GambleAware funds education, prevention and treatment services and commissions research to broaden public understanding of gambling-related harm. The aim is to stop people getting into problems with their gambling, and ensure that those that do develop problems receive fast and effective treatment and support.

At we are committed to give our users a FUN time – and when the fun stops – you should STOP as well. Download our Responsible Gaming Manifesto.

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