At, we are committed to promoting responsible gambling practices. Gambling should be a fun and enjoyable form of entertainment. However, we understand that for some individuals, gambling can become a problem. This page offers guidance on responsible gambling and information on where to get help if you feel your gambling is becoming a concern.

Understanding Responsible Gambling

Responsible gambling means making informed decisions about gambling, ensuring that it remains an enjoyable activity, and recognizing the potential for harm associated with gambling. It’s about knowing your limits and sticking to them.

Tips for Responsible Gambling

  • Set Limits: Before you start gambling, decide how much money you can afford to lose and stick to that limit.
  • Time Management: Allocate a specific amount of time for gambling and stick to it.
  • Avoid Chasing Losses: It’s important to accept losses as part of the game and not try to chase them.
  • Take Breaks: Regular breaks help you make better gambling decisions.
  • Understand the Games: Know how the games work and the odds of winning and losing.
  • Do Not Gamble Under Influence: Avoid gambling when under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Recognizing Problem Gambling

Problem gambling can lead to serious financial and emotional issues. Here are some signs that you or someone you know might have a gambling problem:

  • Spending more money or time on gambling than you can afford.
  • Finding it hard to manage or stop your gambling.
  • Having arguments with family or friends about money and gambling.
  • Losing interest in usual activities or hobbies.
  • Always thinking or talking about gambling.
  • Lying about your gambling or hiding it from others.
  • Gambling until all your money is gone.
  • Borrowing money, selling possessions, or not paying bills in order to pay for gambling.
  • Needing to gamble with larger amounts of money to get the same feeling of excitement.
  • Feeling anxious, worried, guilty, depressed, or irritable.

Getting Help

If you or someone you know is struggling with problem gambling, there is help available:

  • Self-Exclusion Tools: We provide tools for self-exclusion, allowing you to take a break from gambling for a set period.
  • Counseling Services: Seek professional help from counseling services specializing in problem gambling.
  • Support Groups: Consider joining a support group where you can share your experiences and learn from others.
  • Helplines and Resources: Utilize helplines and other resources that offer support and advice for problem gambling.


At, we believe in the importance of responsible gambling. We encourage all our users to gamble responsibly and seek help if they feel their gambling behavior is becoming problematic.

Isabella King

Isabella covers the latest trends in online gambling, including virtual reality casinos and live dealer games. Her forward-looking articles help readers stay ahead of the curve in the rapidly evolving world of online casinos.