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Responsible Gambling Tips

Responsible Gambling

Bankroll Management

Set a budget before every session and stick to it.

Know When to Stop

Chasing losses is a clear sign of problem gambling.

Set In-App Limits

Utilize deposit limits, loss limits, and session limits.

Help is Available

There is no shortage of free resources available.

Problem Gambling Resources

National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG)

The NCPG provides support, resources, and education to individuals affected by gambling addiction, as well as advocating for policies and programs that prevent and treat problem gambling.


1800 GAMBLER is a free, confidential helpline that offers support, resources, and counseling for individuals affected by gambling addiction. Their services are available 24/7.

Gamblers Anonymous

Gamblers Anonymous is a self-help group for individuals struggling with gambling addiction, offering a 12-step program. Members attend meetings to share experiences, gain support, and work towards recovery.

State Resources

In every state where sports betting is legal, a portion of the proceeds are used to fight problem gambling. Your state offers a wide variety of support including self-exclusion, counseling, and more.


Responsible Gambling Tips

Set strict betting limits and stick to them.

Decide how much money you are comfortable losing before you step foot into a casino or deposit with an online casino.


Understand the odds before you play.

The house has the edge in every casino game. Be sure you understand just how big of an edge the house has before you play.


Commit to never chasing losses.

Chasing losses, or thinking you are due is the most common mistake among problem gamblers. Not every gambling session is going to be a win, know when to walk away.


Set a schedule and take breaks from gambling.

By setting a schedule and taking regular breaks, you allow yourself time and space to gain perspective on your gambling activities.


Seek help if needed.

There is no shortage of resources available to individuals who are affected by a gambling problem. Help is free and is available day or night.