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Responsible Gambling

Consider these important guidelines for gambling responsibly:

  • View gambling as a form of entertainment, not a way to make money.
  • Only gamble what you can afford to lose.
  • Establish a budget before you start playing.
  • Avoid trying to win back lost money.
  • Make sure to take breaks often.
  • Steer clear of gambling if you’re drinking alcohol.
  • Avoid gambling when you're feeling down or stressed.
  • Arm yourself with knowledge about the games you play.
  • Ensure gambling doesn’t interfere with your daily tasks.
  • Balance gambling with other activities.
  • Monitor the time and money you spend gambling.
  • If you think you may have a gambling problem, don’t hesitate to seek help from organizations like BeGambleAware, Gamblers Anonymous, GamCare, and Gam-Anon.

Identifying Gambling Addiction

Answer these questions to help identify potential gambling issues:

  • Do you skip work or school to gamble?
  • Is gambling an escape from life’s difficulties?
  • Do you feel desperate to gamble again when you run out of money?
  • Do you feel compelled to recover your losses right after losing?
  • Have you ever lied or borrowed money to continue gambling or cover gambling debts?
  • Have you lied about the amount of time or money spent on gambling?
  • Do you gamble all your money away, leaving nothing for other necessities?
  • Are you in debt because of gambling?
  • Has anyone criticized your gambling?
  • Are you unwilling to spend money on anything other than gambling?
  • Have you lost interest in family, friends, or hobbies due to gambling?
  • Is gambling a priority over your family and loved ones?
  • Do you continue gambling despite arguments or disappointments?
  • Does gambling make you feel depressed or suicidal?

Need Help?

If you answer "yes" to any questions above, contact: BeGambleAware, Gamblers Anonymous, GamCare, or Gam-Anon.

Major 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 Ensuring Fair Play

Name Website
iTech Labs
Gaming Associates
BMM Testlabs