Responsible Gambling

Responsible Gambling

Online gambling is fun. For a vast majority of people this is true, but for a small minority, gambling can also be a problem. At, we’re fully committed to help you enjoy gambling in a fun and responsible way. If you feel your gambling is or is about to become a problem – take action now!

How Can I Avoid Developing a Gambling Problem?

Each jurisdiction have their own rules and recommendations around Responsible Gambling, below are some general tips to help you enjoy your gambling responsibly:

  • Set deposit limits.
  • Review your gambling activity and transaction history every now and then.
  • Take a break. You can set break periods from anything from 24 hours to several weeks with most operators.
  • Self-exclude. Most operators and casinos have this function. If not, it’s probably not a serious operator. Gamble somewhere else.
  • Never gamble with money you can’t afford to loose.
  • Set reality checks.
  • Do a self test. If it shows signs of you developing a gambling addiction – stop playing.

What Do I Do if I Have a Gambling Problem?

  • Take back control. Be honest to yourself and accept that you might have a problem. This is always the first step to combating an addiction or a problematic behavior.
  • Ask for help. Below are links to some organizations dedicated to battling gambling addiction and gambling problems

Who Should I Contact if I Have a Gambling Problem?

    • Gamblers Anonymous
    • Gamble Aware
    • Gambling Help Online or call the national help line 1800 858 858 (24h, free and confidential)
    • Local help:
      • ACT:
      • NSW:
      • NT: Amity, 155 Stuart Highway, Parap, Darwin or call (08) 8944 6565
      • QLD:
      • SA:
      • TAS:
      • VIC: Phone Gambler's Help on 1800 858 858 to find your nearest location
      • WA: Call (08) 9325 5133 (during business hours) or 1800 858 858 (off business hours)