Responsible Gaming Policy

Our main goal is to provide each of our members with a safe place for all of your online gaming needs, but we are also of the opinion that players should also treat the gaming experience with great seriousness. This belief has led us to implement a responsible gaming policy.

From novice players to seasoned players, everyone has a responsibility to ensure that they enjoy an online gaming experience sensibly, which means that your gambling should never go from being a fun hobby to an addictive one, which can end up creating a negative impact on your finances, health or life in general. We do our best to clarify the importance of responsible gambling, and we encourage all of our players to try to find solutions when it becomes apparent that gambling is becoming a problem. That’s why we are committed to providing you with the help and solutions you need should it become a problem, all of which are outlined below.

The 10 Golden Rules of Responsible Gaming

The game is much more fun when you are aware of the risks involved. We do our best to help our players with a potential or ongoing gambling problem, and we encourage everyone to heed our 10 Golden Rules of Responsible Gaming, which are outlined below:

  1. Always bet for fun, never money. Gambling should be viewed as a form of entertainment rather than as a way of making money.
  2. Think of your winnings as a bonus that can be used for fun things, while you think of losses as the cost of having fun. If you spend time regretting every bet you lose, gambling may not be the best activity for you.
  3. Set and stick to betting limits. This can be the amount of time or money you spend gambling online. When limits are put in place, you will potentially lose less.
  4. Have a fund system for online gambling. This is how real money players constantly manage their money. Maintaining your bankroll system means never betting more than you can afford during a losing streak.
  5. Prepare to win and lose. It is impossible to be a winner with every bet, just as it is impossible to lose every time. Winning and losing is an important part of the game that you must accept if you want to continue having fun.
  6. Be aware of the symptoms of gambling problems. If you are having a great feeling of guilt over your gambling, you are going into a great depression, or spending more time or money than usual in gambling, you may have a problem. If you are experiencing any or all of these symptoms, we recommend that you seek help immediately.
  7. Never bet more than you can afford. Don’t borrow, steal, gamble for credit, or gamble what you can’t afford to lose.
  8. Don’t put the game first. Family, friends, your career, and other healthy living activities should always come before betting.
  9. Never try to recoup your losses, which shouldn’t be a problem if they stick to your set limits. Every player, no matter how successful, will experience a losing streak from time to time. When you see that you are having a bad day, rest and try your luck again at another time.
  10. Always have fun! If gambling is starting to have a negative impact on your life, it may be best to stay away until you can learn to make gambling fun.

Signs of a possible gambling addiction

Online casino games are exciting, and as such, you can end up playing for much longer than you bargained for, which can become a problem. By the time players realize there is a problem, they may have already ruined various facets of their life. If you don’t want to go down that road, there are some important questions to ask yourself about your current and future gambling habits.

  • Do you spend more time playing than with your friends and family?
  • Are you losing more money than you can afford?
  • Depositing large amounts and betting big for the thrill?
  • Is he running up debt or forcing you to sell personal items to maintain your gambling habit?
  • Are you betting to try to reach previous losses?
  • Are you using the game as an escape from any addictive and / or personality disorder?
  • Do you play under the influence of alcohol or narcotics?
  • Is gambling the only method you use to escape boredom, worry, or other problems?
  • Have you suffered from stress, anxiety, or depression as a result of your gambling?
  • Has your gambling led to financial difficulties?

If you have answered “Yes” to even just one of these questions, it may be a sign that you have developed, or are in the process of developing, an addiction to gambling. There are several places you can go for help with your problem, such as online forums, addiction psychologists, and professional organizations designed to help with such problems. Some of the best known of these organizations include:

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