Responsible gambling aims to bring you the latest and best in gambling news, as well as to help you make informed and responsible decisions about your gaming and gambling. is not an online casino or gaming website, and does not host any casinos or games. As a responsible member of the online gaming industry, however, supports responsible and legal gaming, and is committed to ensuring that players gamble responsibly, and that players are of legal age to gamble in their jurisdictions. Make sure that you are gambling responsibly by following these simple guidelines:

1. Gamble only what you can afford to lose.

2. Don’t use money meant for everyday expenses such as food or rent.

3. Don’t gamble if you’re depressed or upset.

4. Set limits, and stick to them. Don’t spend more time or money than you decide.

5. Take regular breaks.

6. Don’t chase losses. Once you hit your limit, STOP.

7. Gambling and alcohol don’t mix.

8. Use the tools provided by the casinos. On some sites, you can impose limits on yourself, including setting an exclusion time or limiting the amount you deposit into your account.

Although we try to provide players with all necessary information to make an informed decision, the onus is on the players to make sure that they are aware of the limits and restrictions imposed on online gambling in their legal jurisdictions. This includes ensuring that they comply with age restrictions, which can vary from country to country, as well as ensuring that online gambling is legal in their particular jurisdiction.

Underage Gambling

As a rule, you must be at least 18 years of age to gamble. This does depend on the country or legal jurisdiction, though, and may not necessarily be the same as the age of majority or the voting age in your country. Please do your research before gaming.

We do not support underage gambling. Please protect minors from online gambling by keeping your login and password information safe and secret. Use child protection software to restrict your children’s access to gambling websites. Do not use the “save password” option on login screens.

There are several applications that can help monitor, block, or limit access to certain websites for children, including:

1) Net Nanny, which protects children from inappropriate content:

2) CyberSitter, which allows parents to add their own websites to the blocked list:

Problem Gambling

If you are worried that you or someone close to you has or is developing a gambling problem, it may help to answer these questions:

1) Have you ever taken time off work, college, or school due to gambling?

2) Has gambling caused you to fall out with or lose friends and family?

3) Have people criticized your gambling?

4) Have you ever gambled to solve financial difficulties?

5) After losing, have you felt a need to win back your losses as soon as possible?

6) Do you gamble until your last cent is gone?

7) Have you ever borrowed money or sold anything to finance your gambling?

8) Have you ever gambled to escape worry, trouble, boredom or loneliness?

9) Do arguments, disappointments or frustrations make you want to gamble?

10)Have you ever felt depressed or suicidal because of your gambling?

If you answered “yes” to some of these questions, you may have a compulsive gambling problem.

If you or someone you love has a problem, please contact your national gambling helpline, or contact your local branch of Gamblers Anonymous.