Responsible gaming

We strive to assist and protect players who are at risk of the potential negative effects of gaming through a number of means, including self-exclusion tools, guidance on responsible gaming, risk identification and player verification.

Age verification
Any underage player who has provided dishonest or inaccurate information regarding their true age may have all winnings forfeited.

•    Every person signing up for a new account and undergoing verification must check a box that indicates that they are at least 18 years of age. This notifies everybody that we do not accept players under 18.
•    When a player creates an account with us, we collect their name, address, and birth date to confirm that the player is at least 18 years old.
•    We do not target underage players with our marketing and advertising. It is neither good business nor consistent with our personal and corporate values to attract underage players.
If you believe that playing games might be a hindrance to your life rather than a form of entertainment, we want to help you. First, please review the following questions:

1.    Did you ever lose time from work or school due to playing?
2.    Has playing caused you to neglect your own welfare or that of your family?
3.    Have you ever sold anything or borrowed money to finance your playing?
4.    Have you often played until your last money was gone?
5.    Have you ever played longer than you had planned?
6.    Have you ever considered self-destruction or suicide as a result of your playing?

If you answered Yes to several of these questions, we encourage you to visit take measures to discourage the use of our service.
Also, we provide you with the ability to exclude yourself from playing for various periods of time.
What you can do to help yourself

Identify and reduce the risks

If you choose to play online, there are some general guidelines that can help make your playing experience safer, and reduce the risk of problems occurring:
1.    Play for entertainment, and not as a way of making money.
2.    Play with money that you can afford to lose. Never use money that you need for important things such as food, rent, bills, or tuition.
3.    Set deposit limits and ensure you never deposit more than you can afford to lose.
4.    Never chase losses. If you lose money, do not play higher stakes to try and recoup your losses.
5.    Do not play when you are upset, tired, or depressed. It is difficult to make good decisions when you are feeling down.
6.    Balance your playing with other activities. Find other forms of entertainment so playing does not become too big a part of your life.