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Responsible Gaming

We recommend certain online casinos on this site not just because of their range of slots and the bonuses available for players but because they all conform to the highest standards when it comes to looking after their players.  Gambling can of course have it’s pitfalls as well as being an exhilarating pastime and a reputable casino will always offer a range of helpful services to it’s customers.  Read on to find out which organisations are available in the UK should you require assistance.

Gamble Aware – a catch-all organisation which oversees the UK gaming industry and offers protection for consumers as well as help for those who may be having difficulties.

Gamblers Anonymous – a group dedicated to providing support to those who feel they have a gambling problem.

GamCare – this organisation provides support to anyone who may be suffering from a gambling compulsion.

Gordon House/Gambling Therapy – this is a multinational group which helps compulsive gamblers outside the UK.

Gam-Anon – an organisation which is dedicated to those affected by someone else’s gambling problems.

Responsible Gambling Council – an independent and non-profit organisation geared towards the US player.

Gambling Commission – this is not a site for problem gamblers but rather a government site which oversees commercial gambling in Great Britain and contains lots of useful information. Read more here.

In addition to the above groups, several casinos also feature very thorough questionnaires on their websites which can help you to identify any problems you may have.

Many casinos also feature built-in services which the player can take advantage of if they wish; these include:

Betting Limits – it’s usually possible to set your own betting limits per unit of time; for example per week or per 24 hours.

Self-exclusion – this is another useful player tool and most online casinos feature the option to exclude yourself from some or all of it’s services for a specific amount of time.  That period can usually be anything from 30 days up to 5 years.

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