Responsible Gambling

Important Information:

We want to remind everyone that getting involved in sports betting and gambling can become a problem for some people. It might be harmful if you can't control yourself. Remember, betting should be for fun and not as a way to make money.

To check if you might be at risk of developing a gambling problem, ask yourself a few questions:

  1. How much time and money 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 playing longer than you planned?
  4. Are you spending money on betting that should be used for your family's needs?
  5. Is your interest in betting affecting your relationships with others?

Based on your answers, you can understand the potential risks of gambling addiction.

Tips to Handle Gambling Addiction:

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

  1. Only play with money you can afford to lose. Never use borrowed money for bets, and don't risk a significant part of your budget.
  2. Set a limit on the time you spend on the game, especially when playing online.
  3. Decide in advance the amount of money you are willing to lose, and stop if you reach that limit.
  4. Keep control of your emotions. If you feel angry or have the urge to keep playing to win back 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. This can include restricting access to the bookmaker's features and limiting the number of deposits. You can also get contact information for organizations that specialize in helping people with gambling addiction.