How to play responsibly

What is responsible gaming and what are its main principles and provisions? How to identify gambling addiction on your own. Where to go for help.

Please follow our advice to make your gambling and betting pleasant and responsible with us.

Betting History

In the “Betting History” section, you can view your previous bets, withdrawals, deposits, and current balance.

Several filters allow you to do more specific searches.

Here you can see exactly what, when, and how much you bet, what is won, and what is lost.

Self-Control

We understand that gambling addiction has a detrimental effect not only on the players themselves but also on their families and friends. These situations are very difficult to deal with. The key is to be supportive and provide players with additional options for getting help when players are ready to consider them. Please see the Appeal for Help section, which lists the leading organizations directly helping people with gambling addiction.

For anyone close to betting participants with a gambling addiction who would like to help them, we recommend visiting the website of Gam-Anon, an organization specializing in providing help and support in such situations – www.gamanon.org.uk.

Listed below are self-test questions

You can use them to assess whether you spend much time and money on the game.

  • Have you ever been criticized for gambling?
  • Have you ever lied to hide how much money or time you spend gambling?
  • Do various quarrels, frustrations, or disappointments make you want to gamble?
  • Do you gamble alone for long periods?
  • Do you miss work because of gambling?
  • Do you gamble to distract yourself from your boring life or to escape your depressed state?
  • Do you spend your “gambling money” on other expenses with reluctance?
  • Have you lost interest in your family, friends, or hobbies because of gambling?
  • When you lose, are you tempted to get even as quickly as possible?
  • When you gamble and run out of money, do you feel frustration, despair, and need to gamble again?
  • Do you play until you lose your last penny?
  • Have you cheated, stolen, or borrowed money just to have money to play or pay your gambling debts?
  • Are you depressed or anxious because of your gambling addiction?

If you answered yes to at least two of the above questions, we would advise you to consider contacting one of the organizations listed below under “Asking for Help” to discuss your situation.

All of these organizations guarantee complete confidentiality. Please use the five tips below to play responsibly:

  • Play only if you find it enjoyable.
  • Consider the money you lose as payment for the entertainment and treat losses as an integral part of the gameplay.
  • Don’t play to get even.
  • Set limits for your expenses and/or time allotted to play, and stick to those limits.
  • Do not borrow money to play.

Seeking Help

Several organizations offer advice and assistance if you need help and support with gambling.

GamCare

GamCare is the leading official body providing support, advice, and counseling for people with gambling addiction.

Please call +44 808 8020 133 or visit the website

www.gamcare.org.uk

Gambling Therapy

Gambling Therapy offers telephone support and a forum for addicted gamblers worldwide to discuss any problems they may be having.

www.gamblingtherapy.org

Gamblers Anonymous

Gamblers Anonymous is a multinational camaraderie of women and men who have somehow come together to fight their addiction and help other addicted gamblers.

www.gamblersanonymous.org.uk

Be Gamble Aware

BeGambleAware┬« is run and funded by an independent charity – Responsible Gambling Trust – under GambleAware.

www.begambleaware.org

GamBlock

GamBlock provides services to gambling addicts by blocking access to gambling websites.

www.gamblock.com