Responsible Gaming

INTRODUCTION is promoting responsible behavior in gaming as a part of customer care and social responsibility policy. We see it as our obligation to you, our customers, to guarantee that you have a positive wagering experience on our site while also being mindful of the social and financial consequences of problem gambling. 


Gambling should be regarded as a recreational activity rather than a source of income. While the majority of people view gambling as a recreational activity and spend just what they can afford to risk, for some it may be more challenging. To keep your gambling habits under control, we suggest you keeping in mind the following points:

  • Gambling should be done moderately and as a source of entertainment rather than a legitimate way of gaining money
  • Avoid loss-chasing and amplifying your betting – there is always another day
  • Only bet when you can accept a loss
  • Keep in mind the amount of time and money you spend
  • If you need a break from gambling, you can activate self-exclusion from one or all products by contacting Support

If you have any concerns regarding your gambling behavior, please contact one of the organisations which we referred to below.


If you are concerned that gambling has had a harmful impact on your life or the life of someone else, the questions below may help you determine this.

  • Is gambling keeping you from going to job or college?
  • Do you gamble to entertain yourself or to avoid boredom?
  • Do you gamble alone for extended periods of time?
  • Have other people pointed out your gambling habits?
  • Have you lost interest in family, friends, or hobbies as a result of your gambling?
  • Have you ever lied about how much money or time you spend gambling?
  • Have you lied, stolen, or borrowed to continue your gambling habits?
  • Do you find it difficult to spend your "gambling money" on anything else?
  • Do you gamble till you run out of money?
  • Do you feel obligated to try to recoup your losses as quickly as possible after losing?
  • Do you feel lost and in despair if you run out of money while gambling, and do you feel the desire to gamble again as quickly as possible?
  • Do you feel the need to gamble after arguments, disappointments, and frustrations?
  • Does gambling bring you depressing or even suicidal thoughts?

The more questions you answer "yes" to, the higher the likelihood of you having problems with your gambling. Please call one of the organizations listed below under Gambling Help Organizations to speak with someone who can provide you with guidance and assistance.

Gambling Help Organizations

  1. GamCare, the main authority across Great Britain providing counselling, advice, and practical assistance in tackling the societal consequences of gambling, may be found at Its confidential helpline is: 0845 6000 133. Non-UK residents can contact GamCare for details of International support organisations.
  2. Gamblers Anonymous is a community of men and women who have grouped together to address their own gambling issue and to help other compulsive gamblers in doing the same. There are regional communities around the world. The Gamblers Anonymous international service site is at:
  3. Gambling Therapy offers help and counseling to anyone who has been harmed by gambling. Members of the Gambling Therapy Team operates from locations both within the UK and internationally. Its site can be accessed at: .