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Responsible Gambling

Simple Information:

We want to remind everyone that playing sports betting and gambling can be addictive and harmful for those who can't control themselves. Betting should be done for fun, not to make money.

To check if you might have a gambling problem, ask yourself these questions:

  1. How much do you bet on sports?
  2. Do you feel upset when you can't bet?
  3. Do you often spend more time gambling than you planned?
  4. Do you use money that should go to your family for betting?
  5. Does your betting affect your relationships with others?

Your responses may be used to assess your risk of developing a gambling addiction.

Dealing with Gambling Addiction:

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

  1. Only play with money you're okay with losing. Don't use borrowed money or risk a big part of your budget.
  2. Decide how much time you'll spend gambling, especially when playing online.
  3. Set a limit for the amount of money you're willing to lose.
  4. Control your emotions. If you're angry or desperate to recover losses, take a break from betting.
  5. If needed, use self-restriction and self-exclusion services. To temporarily limit your account, get in touch with customer service. This can include restrictions on using the betting platform and making deposits. You can also find contact information for organizations that help people with gambling addiction.