Home > Responsible Gambling

Responsible Gambling

Important Information

We want to remind everyone that sports betting and gambling, in general, can be addictive and harmful to those who can't control themselves. Betting should be done for fun, not to make money.

Check for yourself with these queries to determine whether you may be at risk of becoming addicted to gambling:

  1. How much time do you spend on sports betting?
  2. Do you feel upset or anxious when you can't place a bet?
  3. Do you often end up spending more time on the game than you originally planned?
  4. Do you spend money on betting that could negatively impact your family's budget?
  5. Does your interest in betting affect your relationships with people around you?

Based on your answers, we can assess the risks of gambling addiction.

How do you manage your gambling addiction?

To reduce your risks and protect yourself from addiction, follow these steps:

  1. Only play with money you're okay with losing. Never use borrowed money for bets, and avoid risking a large portion of your budget.
  2. Decide in advance how much time you're willing to spend on the game, especially when playing in an online casino.
  3. Set a limit on the amount of money you're willing to lose, and stick to it.
  4. Keep control of your emotions. If you're feeling angry or have a strong urge to recover losses, take a break from betting.
  5. If needed, use self-restriction and self-exclusion services. Contact customer support to temporarily limit your account's access to betting features and deposits. You can also find addresses and phone numbers for organizations that help those dealing with gambling addictions.