Responsible Gambling

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Responsible Gambling is one of the defining experiences of the industry. As legislation toughens and more NGOs (Non-Governmental Organisation) are entering the sector, the need for customer-focused gaming practices are apparent. At we are championing responsible gambling ourselves and we will assist you in finding help if you ever feel that your hobby is interfering with vital aspects of your life.

Our team is capable of analyzing problematic gaming behavior, but we are also equally familiar with the solutions to this dire and serious problem. This page will help you spot the symptoms by yourself, but also find a solution to any pressing worry.

Identifying Problem Gambling Behavior

We understand that it’s not always easy to make a clean breast out of it and admit that you have a problem, but at we provide you with an easy-to-follow guide that will help you find the answers for yourself. Problem gambling comes in many forms, some more subtle than the rest. So, consider seeking help if you match the majority of these symptoms:

  • Constant gambling thoughts – if you are thinking about spending money and playing at casinos throughout the entire day, this is one of the main indicators that you have developed an addiction in some form.
  • Spending more than you can afford – gamers need to always set limits for themselves. Going over a certain reasonable threshold can be dangerous and can have long-term financial implications. That’s why it’s important to manage your budget and spending habits against what you can afford to spend.
  • Procuring money illegally to play – in the late stages of the addiction, people will be willing to steal and cheat their way to obtaining money so that they can continue to feed their addiction.
  • Avoiding social situations to play – while it’s okay to be not very social and avoid the company of others, doing so specifically for the purposes of gambling could be an indicator of a festering problem.
  • Lying to your loved ones – people who are ashamed of their behavior will mask it with lies, not letting others find out about their gambling preferences. However, if you are truly recreational about gambling, you shouldn’t worry. If you are compulsively feeling the need to keep this a secret, this may be an indication of a deeper problem.
  • Skipping appointments – Not being social is one thing, not going to work, school, or fulfilling your duties, whatever they may be, for the sake of gambling is another. We recommend that you never overlook social responsibilities for the sake of gaming.

Treating the Problem and Ridding Yourself of the Stigma

Many people fear that if they come forth with their troubles, they will be looked down upon and snubbed for the rest of their lives. This is not true. There’s no stigma surrounding gambling addiction. It’s a recognized condition that is treated with the help of others, be that NGOs, charities or even a licensed therapist.

The good new is that you would hardly ever need to actually see a therapist for that and the symptoms can be managed very quickly and without unnecessary hassle. We recommend turning to one of the available support lines out there. And don’t worry, everyone working in these organizations is well-equipped to understand you and help you without passing even the slightest hint of judgement.