Responsible Gaming

If you think you are spending more money than you can afford, or in case gaming is starting to interfere with your normal daily routines, (hereinafter referred as “Website”, “We”, “Us”) strongly advise to consider several measures that can help, such as setting personal limits on your gaming activities, or seeking help and support from trusted independent bodies. We have provided below some ways to make sure your gambling is within controllable limits.

One of the main principles of the gambling operators with respect to its responsible gaming policy is that all final decisions to continue playing are made solely by the player. That is why the most effective way to prevent the emergence of gambling addiction is to comply with the rules of responsible gambling and exercise self-control over one’s propensity to gamble.

Only qualified professionals can diagnose gambling addiction. Below, you can find some material that will help you evaluate your gaming behavior.

It is worth a special note that it is particularly difficult to identify addictions that are not associated with consumption of a substance because the line between pleasure and addiction is very blurry. However, there are some signs that can help detect gambling addiction. If at least five of the following symptoms are present, then there is a high chance that gambling addiction will progress:

  • The player spends too much time gambling; the player is always thinking about gambling;
  • The player’s bets are constantly increasing;
  • The player has made several unsuccessful attempts to stop or control gaming;
  • When opportunities for play are limited, the person becomes anxious and irritable;
  • The person uses gambling as a way to avoid a problem or escape negative feelings;
  • The player tries to recoup losses after losing;
  • The player lies about gaming behavior;
  • The player commits illegal acts;
  • The player’s relationships with relatives deteriorate;
  • The player borrows money to continue playing.

A lot of gambling operators have tools that are there for you to use if you feel the need to have a break. To set any Deposit Limits or taking a break, We advise you to contact the support department of gambling operators and also check their Responsible gaming Policy, where you can find additional relevant information.

Deposit Limits

This will limit the amount you can deposit during a certain period. Once you have reached this sum you will not be able to make any new deposits until your limit is reset.

Cooling-Off Limit

You can set a Cooling-Off Period for a definite period of time (it depends on gambling operator policy). While the limit is active you cannot deposit to the your account and additionally you will may be excluded from all promotional offers, although you may withdraw the remaining funds during this period.

Professional support

Gambling Therapy

Therapy for gambling addiction – a global service, providing free practical advice and emotional support to anyone affected by gambling.

Gamblers Anonymous

is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to do the same. They offer various aids for the compulsive gambler including a forum, a chat room, literature, and most importantly a meeting finder.


Founded in 1997, GamCare is the leading provider of information, advice, and support for anyone affected by problem gambling. They operate the National Gambling Helpline, provide treatment for problem gamblers and their families, create awareness about responsible gambling and treatment, and encourage an effective approach to responsible gambling within the gambling industry.

Only use discretionary income to play

A big part of being a responsible player is only using discretionary income, or money you can afford to lose, to play. Discretionary income is the amount of money you have left to spend after you have paid for necessities such as food, shelter and clothing.

Additional tips

Many banks, fintech banks, and e-wallet providers now offer gambling blocks that allow their customers to block gambling transactions on their accounts. If you want to implement these, your bank should explain how to do this, or could even do it for you. Please be aware that these blocks are not permanent, they can be switched on and off with varying delays, so it’s also a good idea to have other support in place if you want to stop gambling completely.

Some banks may also allow you to set a spending limit for a single debit card transaction, or temporarily freeze your card if you feel like your spending is getting out of control. This will vary from bank to bank so check what protections your bank can put in place for you.

By following the rules below, you will be able to enjoy games without causing harm to your mental health:

  • Play only in a relaxed and focused state;
  • Take regular breaks;
  • Set aside your monthly gaming budget in advance;
  • Set a permanent maximum limit;
  • Before each game, determine the maximum amount of winnings and stop playing as soon as you reach that amount;
  • Before playing, determine the amount you can lose;
  • Never play while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs;
  • Do not play when depressed.

Protection of minors

It is illegal for anybody under the age of 18 to visit the Website or use any gambling websites. We realize that due to the wide availability and the nature of the Internet, people under the legal age (18 years) still have a chance to register at gaming websites. We therefore strongly encourage parents to cooperate in protecting their children from free access to gaming websites. We also recommend installing a special browsing filter that will prevent children and teenagers from accessing inappropriate content. Please visit the following websites for more information:




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