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Responsible Gambling

Here are some key tips to responsibly approach gambling:

  • Treat gambling as entertainment, not a source of income.
  • Never gamble beyond your means.
  • Set monetary limits for each game in advance.
  • Avoid chasing losses.
  • Take regular breaks between games.
  • Avoid gambling while under the influence of alcohol.
  • Don't gamble when feeling upset or distressed.
  • Try playing with knowledge and understanding.
  • Ensure gambling doesn't interfere with daily responsibilities.
  • Maintain a balance with other interests and hobbies.
  • Keep track of time and money spent.
  • If you suspect gambling addiction, seek help from organizations like BeGambleAware, Gamblers Anonymous, GamCare, and Gam-Anon.

Signs of Gambling Addiction

The following questions can help determine when your gambling behavior becomes concerning:

  • Do you avoid work or school to gamble?
  • Do you use gambling to escape life problems (boredom, unhappy family life, etc.)?
  • If you run out of money while gambling, do you feel lost, desperate, and eager to find money to gamble again as soon as possible?
  • After losing, do you feel the need to try to recover your losses immediately?
  • Have you ever lied, stolen, or borrowed money to gamble or pay gambling debts?
  • Have you ever lied to hide the amount of money or time spent on gambling?
  • Do you gamble until you've spent your last penny, even if it means not having money for bus fare home or food?
  • Have you accumulated debts due to gambling?
  • Have others criticized your gambling behavior?
  • Do you not want to spend "gambling money" on anything else?
  • Have you lost interest in your family, friends, or other interests/hobbies?
  • Do you prioritize gambling over your family and loved ones?
  • Do arguments, frustrations, or disappointments urge you to continue gambling?
  • Do you experience depression or have suicidal tendencies due to gambling?

Gambling Organizations

If you answer "yes" to any of the above questions, contact: BeGambleAwareGamblers AnonymousGamCare, and Gam-Anon.

Main Gambling Organizations

Gambling Addiction Organizations Website Country
BeGambleAware United Kingdom
GamCare United Kingdom
Gamblers Anonymous United Kingdom
Gambling Therapy United Kingdom
Gam-Anon United Kingdom
Gordon Moody Association United Kingdom
CNWL National Problem Gambling Clinic United Kingdom
The Samaritans United Kingdom

Organizations Testing and Certifying Fairness

Name Website
iTech Labs
Gaming Associates
BMM Testlabs