Legal and Responsible Gambling
Playing responsibly and in moderation is an enjoyable and positive experience and poses no risk to most people.
Among many gamers, there are also those for whom playing is no longer just fun but has become or could become a problem.
Gambling must remain fun. It must be managed in moderation. Otherwise, it can cause negative consequences in the life of a person and his family members.
Many online casinos take care of their players and strive to make sure that the time spent playing is only enjoyable. However, you should always play within your means and avoid any negative impact on your finances or social life.
Why Responsible Gambling?
Because playing online must be done in accordance with the law and because such activity must only be an amusement for those who practice it and in no case become an addiction.
The game is for adults only
The online casino strictly prohibits access to the site to persons under 18 years of age. Therefore, anyone wishing to open a new online casino account must declare that they are over 18 years old by checking the appropriate box. Gambling establishments usually do not accept players who do not meet this requirement.
When an account is created, each player’s name, address and date of birth are collected and verified to confirm that the account holder is of legal age.
Prevention and awareness
To avoid falling into compulsive gambling or becoming an addicted gambler, we encourage players to analyze their gambling habits and set the appropriate time and money limits for themselves. Gambling should remain exciting. It should not be preferred over family, professional and medical responsibilities and should not be used systematically to solve financial difficulties.
Some necessary tips to keep the game a game
- When you start a gaming session, set time and spending limits: when either one expires, stop.
- DO NOT play for money you cannot afford to lose.
- Avoid gambling at all costs if your only goal is to recover your losses.
- Gaming is NOT the solution to your problems. It is entertainment and, as such, should be enjoyed as a pastime, where you play only the amounts you can afford to lose.
- Remember that you cannot influence the odds of winning.
- NEVER borrow money to play.
- Consider that the money you spend gambling is the price you pay for your entertainment.
- Don’t lie to your loved ones about the amount of money you have lost gambling or the time you spend gambling.
- Do not gamble when you are in an altered state due to anxiety, boredom, depression, loneliness or after taking alcohol or drugs.
If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, we encourage you to visit websites and groups that offer targeted support on responsible gambling and advice on dealing with gambling problems.