Responsible gaming

When a gambler loses the sense of fun that casual gambling is meant to generate it means that he has a problem. He may begin to look at gambling as a way to make money or worse still he keeps on gambling to try and win back money he had previously lost. He often believes that he has special luck or abilities or that his luck may be about to change. When you gamble not just for that rush and you find yourself chasing losses and betting more, the result is a vicious circle of increasing losses and increased betting to recover the losses. Tips For many people gambling is exciting and entertaining. They make careful decisions about how to spend their time and money, where to go and how to have fun. Here is how you can control your gambling: Decide on a loss limit ahead of time and stick to it Low-risk gambling is a way of playing with very little chance of losing control. The key to low-risk gambling is to realize that “it’s only a game.” Never borrow money to gamble Set a time limit Take frequent breaks Balance gambling with other activities Don’t gamble when highly stressed, depressed, intoxicated or troubled in some other way Only gamble with money set aside for entertainment, never with money for everyday expenses You can realize you have a problem: If you are leaving your family alone for long periods of time, in order to gamble If you arguing frequently with your partner about spending too much time and money on gambling and find that you cannot stop or limit yourself. If you are gambling family money needed for rent/mortgage, schooling, medical purposes, groceries, clothes, or heat. If you feel you have to gamble to get to spend time with people you understand? When you are with your family, at work or at social events, you find that your are constantly thinking about your next bet If you look at gambling as a way of making money fast. If your answer to any of the above is “YES” then we suggest that you take action immediately BEFORE it becomes a worse problem. There are many organizations that may help you to control your problem. ( www.gamcare.org, www.gamblingtherapy.org or www.gamblersanonymous.com ). You may also control yourself by taking immediate action and put limits on what you can do with your account with us. Actions to take If you think you have a serious gambling problem you should take the necessary steps to temporarily suspend your account until you resolve your issues. We can even help you to set amounts on how much you can play. Full details of how to get in touch with us can be found on our contact page. Our main line of support is support@EuroLive24.com. To help you better control your gambling habits we are offering you the following Responsible Gaming Limits: 1. Set a limit on the amount you would like to wager in a specified period of time; 2. Set a limit on the amount you are ready to lose in a specified period of time; 3. Exclude yourself from being able to play with us for a specified period of time; 4. Exclude yourself from being able to play with us permanently. To impose the limits we suggest you would contact our main line of support on support@EuroLive24.com. However to limit your losses and exclude yourself temporarily or permanently (limits 2,3,4), you may implement them through the “User Data” section in your account. The loss limit control can be found as a deposit limit in the same page. Further to these we also offer you a Reality Check. This control is available only for the casino games and it will alert you every hour to make you aware on how long you have been playing. This may be activated from the “Preference Section” in the Live Casino.For your own benefit, once we receive a limit request, it will have immediate effect. You will not be allowed remove any restrictions placed on your account or bets until a minimum period of seven days has elapsed from when you created the limitation.