You can see all previous bets, withdrawals and contributions as well as the current balance in the “Bet History” section of the personal account. There are several filters that you can use to create more specific information. Here you can see exactly when, how much and which bets you placed, which ones you won and which ones you lost.Register now
We understand the harmful effects of addictive gambling not only on the players themselves but also on their families and relatives.
Dealing with such situations is quite difficult. The key here is to provide support and give players additional options to receive help when they are ready to accept it. Please see the “Applying for Help” section for a list of leading organizations that directly help people affected by addictive gambling.
For anyone close to a gambling addict who wants to help, we recommend you visit the website of the Gam-Anon organization which specializes in providing help and support in this situation – www.gamanon.org.uk
Here are some questions to test yourself. You can use these to determine if you are spending too much time and money in-game.
Have you ever been reprimanded for gambling?
Have you ever lied to hide the amount of money or time you spent on gambling?
Do you have a desire to play because of various conflicts, depression or dissatisfaction?
Do you spend a long time playing alone?
Do you miss your job because of gambling?
Do you play to escape from a boring life or depression?
Do you reluctantly spend “play money” on other things?
Have you lost interest in family, friends or hobbies because of gambling?
Since the loss, do you intend to compensate as soon as possible?
When you play and run out of money, do you feel frustrated, frustrated and need to play again?
Do you play until the last penny is spent?
Have you ever cheated, stolen or borrowed money just to play or pay off gaming debts?
Are you frustrated or overwhelmed by your gambling addiction?
If you answered “yes” to at least two of the questions, we advise you to contact one of the organizations listed in the “Call for Help” section below to discuss your situation. All these organizations operate under strict confidentiality.
Please follow the five tips below for a more responsible game:
Play only when you enjoy the task.
Consider the money lost as an entertainment fee and treat these losses as an integral part of playing the game.
Don’t play just to win.
Set yourself limits on time and/or money spent on games, and stick to these limits.
Never play with borrowed money.
If you need help or support with gambling, there are a number of organizations that offer advice and support.
Gamcare is a leading official agency providing support, advice and counseling to people addicted to gambling. Please call +44 808 8020 133 or visit their website.
Gambling Therapy offers telephone help and a forum for addicted gamblers worldwide to discuss their problems.
Gamblers Anonymous is a multi-ethnic partnership of women and men who have come together to fight their own addictions and help other addicted gamblers.
Be Gamble Aware
BeGambleAware® is run and funded by an independent charitable organisation, the Responsible Gambling Trust, which continues to operate as GambleAware,
GamBlock organization provides services to gambling addicts