is a responsible casino content website and we are committed to creating a safe and enjoyable online casino environment for our valued players. We believe that the gambling should be a fun and enjoyable activity practised as a form of entertainment, not income.

The online casino players gamble responsibly, enjoy their casino experience and spend money that they can afford - however for a number of people, gambling can become a problem. This page covers the various measures that we have in place to ensure that our users play responsibly, safely and most importantly, enjoy their overall gaming expreience.

Responsible Gaming Tips

If you plan on practising gaming in a regulated and responsible manner, to ensure this it would be a good idea to follow the below tips: 

  • Gamble for fun and entertainment purposes
  • Don't ever allow gambling to make you feel stressed or anxious
  • Know the typical signs of problem gambling and addiction
  • Education is the best prevention, so be sure to inform yourself
  • Try setting a maximum budget. Ask yourself: how much do I afford to lose and how much do I want to spend on gambling?
  • Treat the money you use or lose as an entertainment expense and any winnings should be seen a bonus
  • Never chase losses and stick to your limit
  • Set a time limit and stick to it 
  • Be sure to stop playing whenever your time limit is over - whether you are winning or losing
  • Don’t expect to win and see gambling as a guaranteed source of income
  • Understand the games and the odds – odds are against you and losing is part of the game
  • Never ever borrow money to gamble – avoid credit, loans and/or borrowing from others
  • Always play for fun
  • Never let gambling affect your personal and/or social life

Telltale Signs of Problem Gambling

Sometimes acknowledging you have a problem is easier said than done. This is why we have compiled a useful list to help you conclude whether or not you, or someone you know has a gambling problem. If you are:

  • Spending more money and time on gambling than you can afford
  • Finding it hard to regulate or stop gambling
  • Gambling so much that it is interfering with work and other life responsibilities
  • 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 gambling or hiding it from others
  • Chasing losses 
  • Gambling to get out of financial trouble
  • Gambling until all your money is gone
  • Borrowing money, selling possessions or not paying bills to feed your gambling habit
  • Needing to gamble with lots of money or for a longer time feel the same rush
  • Neglecting work, family, personal needs or household responsibilities because of gambling
  • Feeling anxious, worried, guilty, depressed or irritable

If the some or even one of the above rings a bell when you think about your gambling habits, then it is high time to admit you have a problem and need to seek help.

Finding Help 

Admitting you have a problem is the first step to recovery. The second is seeking the right professional help so you can have a proper and reliable support system. The below-mentioned organisations are all great places where you or any of your loved ones can seek help if you have a gambling problem.

This organisation provides information to help people make educated decisions about their gambling. GambleAware no only helps you find out more about gambling and what safer gambling means, it even allows you to recognise problem gambling, and show you where to go for further information, help and support. To find out more information, click here.

GamCare offers all the necessary support and advice to anyone suffering through a gambling problem. This organisation also offers help to sufferers' loved ones, to help them cope with the rehabilitation process. If you would like to find out more about the services GamCare offers, click here

At Gambling Therapy individuals are given plans of action strategies which help gain an understanding of your behaviour and the skills needed to move forward after rehabilitation. Apart from various support services, their site also offers support and advice with a helpful resource to ensure you make responsible decisions.

Staying in Control

The following methods have been listed as helpful suggestions to make sure you keep gambling fun. Indeed, you may never need them, but you should use them should you feel the need to:

Set Deposit Limits

Do this by limiting your deposits for specific time frame. Be it a day, week or even month - whatever works best for you. This allows you to cap the amount you put into your account. What's more, each operator will have a feature to set specific limits or controls to help you remain in full control of your spending.

Try Cooling-off Periods

Again, you can always take break from the game and block your access if you really feel it might be getting a bit out of hand. So take a set time away from the operator by setting a cool-off period between one and 30 days. Operators are meant to cut contact with you, so you shouldn’t be updated with any sign-up bonuses or free spins, as this might be a temptation for you to veer off.

Self-exclusion is Another Option

While it might seem a bit out there, every operator should provide players with the option to self-exclude themselves from gambling online. You can set different time limits – usually from at least one year or in some cases, permanently. In this scenario, the gambling operator in question will suspend all marketing and emails to you for the duration of the exclusion period.

Interesting the UK offers a self-exclusion system called GAMSTOP, which allows players to self-exclude from every UK-licensed gambling site and/or bricks and mortar betting shop.

Take Social media break

This one might be easier said than done, because nowadays, browsing on social media forums is almost like a reflex action. Stop following gambling operators', casino bonuses or sports tipster pages that encourage gaming when you are trying to cut down. Better yet, try taking a social media break altogether. 

Install Gambling Blocking Software

When you believe you need something more to help restrict your gambling - there are tools you can install on your computer or mobile devices to block access to gambling websites – check-out Betfilter, Gamblock or PlayScan.

Protecting Minors and Under 18s

Being a responsible casino news website is something we do not take lightly. We believe that preventing minors and/or individuals playing at online casinos is something that should be taken very seriously. Thus we take the necessary action to prevent anyone who is underage from gambling or accessing an online gambling website – as needless to say, this is illegal.

Gambling operators follow stringent measures to authenticate age as well as identity by using KYC and Bank-ID processes.  By law, companies are prohbited to advertise gambling in ways that might appeal to minors or those who are under 18.

That said, we still advise you to take reasonable steps to prevent anyone under the legal age of gambling from accessing online gambling products or casino/sports or even affiliate sites which promote such activity (albeit in a regulated manner). To ensure you are doing your part, be sure to:

  • Never romanticize gambling to anyone who is a minor or under the legal age
  • Never place bets for them
  • Never leave under 18s unattended near your computer (or mobile) if you have gambling websites open on your desktop or mobile app
  • Never let anyone under 18 access your credit card or bank account details
  • Never use the 'remember password' option when accessing online gambling products
  • Use separate and secure profiles if you happen to use a shared computer.
  • Look up all the necessary child-protection software, such as Cyber patrolNet Nanny or CYBERsitter as block gambling sites from minors accessing the internet.




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