How to play responsibly?
Stick to our guidelines, and you’ll get the most enjoyment from your BetWarrior experience.
- Treat all forms of gambling as entertainment and not a source of income or financial improvement.
- Only spend what you can afford to lose. If you think this is an issue, set deposit and loss limits to control the amount you’re spending.
- Don’t chase your losses. If you experience a losing streak, stop! Come back another time when you can afford to do so, and when you are in the right frame of mind.
- Be aware of your playing time. You can use reality checks, wager limits and time limits to keep your activity at a reasonable level.
- Playing for long periods can cause you to lose track of time and perspective. Take regular breaks and enjoy doing other things.
- Maintain a healthy balance of activities. Gambling should never take over, becoming your only form of entertainment. Ask yourself whether you still play for fun (if not, take a break).
- Never gamble under the influence of alcohol, drugs or when you’re upset or depressed as this can impair decision-making and lead to severe problems.
- Keep track of activities by reviewing your BetWarrior account history.
- Understand your chances of winning and how the games work. Although you can increase your chances of winning by understanding odds and possible gaming strategies, you can never guarantee the outcome.
- Playing for longer does not affect what happens next and won’t increase the likelihood of winning. In fact, the more you gamble, the more likely it is you’ll lose money over time. Therefore, treat gambling as a leisure entertainment, budgeting accordingly as part of your total leisure expenditure.
- Take our self-assessment questionnaire regularly. Be honest to yourself, your family and loved ones and contact us if you feel you start losing control.
- Know that there are problem gambling support organizations in your country to support you. There is always someone there to help you. Remember that. The following organization provides free and confidential advice on handling any gambling problem, please visit Gamblers Anonymous.
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