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Responsible Gambling

While the majority of casino players can enjoy gambling responsibly playing within their means, this unfortunately isn’t the case for all online casino players. Some players exceed their limits and lose control of their spend. This page is dedicated to promoting healthy and responsible gambling.

Here you will learn key takeaways on responsible gambling and it can help identify if you are a problem gambler or perhaps know someone who is. We’ll share information you need to know to be able to stop problem gambling and direct you to places to seek help if needed.

Signs of Problem Gambling

Below you can find a list of some of the common signs of problem gambling:

  • Spending more money than you can afford to lose at online casinos.
  • Spending all your time gambling, to the point where it has a negative impact on private life, work or family.
  • Constantly chasing losses.
  • Going into debt, borrowing money for online gambling from friends, family.
  • Taking a loan or selling possessions with the purpose of gambling.
  • Mood swings caused by losses from gambling.
  • Chasing previous thrills by gambling with more money.
  • Drinking or taking drugs while gambling or as a result of gambling.
  • Lying about gambling to friends and family.
  • Using gambling as a form of escapism.
  • Trying to reduce gambling activities, but not being able to.

Do any of the above seem familiar? Then you need to consider that you might have a gambling problem. This is the first step to recovery. We will list more resources that might help with overcoming problem gambling.

Available Responsible Gambling Tools at Online Casinos

Here are a variety of options that online casinos have in order to promote responsible gambling. All safe and trusted online casinos will have these options available.

Deposit Limits. You can set a deposit limit to control your spend at an online casino. Usually they are available for set periods of time like a day, week or a month. During the selected time frame, you won’t be able to exceed the selected amount when depositing.

Gambling History. All casinos will have your gaming activity available to review in the casino account section. This can be a wake up call for some gamblers, seeing all the bets and deposits summed up and put in perspective.

Cooling Off Period. This allows players to step away from gambling from a day to even a year. During the cooling off period players can’t log in and deposit or continue playing with existing funds. Also the casino is prohibited from sending any kind of promotional materials or bonus offers during this period.

Reality Checks. It’s possible to set reality checks, which will notify players of how long they have spent gambling. This way you can avoid spending too much time or money at an online casino.

Self Exclusion. As a last step, players have the option to self exclude from an online casino. This will mean that the player account will be closed and you will be removed from the casino database.

All online casinos will have these tools available on their website. Either via a separate section or by contacting the customer support.

Organizations that can help

If the options available at the casino are not enough, perhaps it’s time to seek professional help. There are multiple organizations that specialize in problem gambling and can help. Please see the list below:

  • International

0808 8020 133

Gamblers Anonymous

0808 8020 133

  • Australia

Gambling Help Online 

  • Austria


  • Belgium

Gok Hulp

  • Canada

Problem Gambling Helpline

  • Denmark

Danish Gambling Authority

  • Estonia

Hasartmängusõltuvuse Nõustamiskeskus

  • Finland


  • France

Adictel Prevention Addiction

  • Germany

Gluecksspielsucht Problem Gambling

  • Ireland

Extern Problem Gambling

  • Italy


  • Netherlands

Anonieme Gokkers Omgeving Gokkers

  • New Zealand

Gambling Helpline

  • Norway


  • Poland

Gamblers Anonymous – Poland

  • South Africa

National Responsible Gambling

  • Sweden


  • United Kingdom

Gamblers Anonymous

  • United States

National Problem Gambling