Responsible Competition

Responsible Competition

Our Mission

We are committed to responsible Competition, and are dedicated to an enjoyable and positive competition experience for all of our players. Most players compete for fun and entertainment, but we recognize that a small percentage of players will:

1. Attempt to compete when they’re underage, or
2. Allow competitions to control them and affect their lives.

We are committed to assisting and protecting those who should not be competing at all.

Self-exclusion

If you believe that competing might be a hindrance to your life rather than a form of entertainment, we want to help you. First, please review the following questions:

1. Did you ever lose time from work or school due to competing?
2. Has competition caused you to neglect your own welfare or that of your family?
3. Have you ever sold anything or borrowed money to finance your competitions?
4. Have you often competed until your last euro was gone?
5. Have you ever competed for longer than you had planned?
6. Have you ever considered self-destruction or suicide as a result of your playing?

If you answered “Yes” to several of these questions, we encourage you to contact us in order to help you set some limits to this habit of yours.

How to play online responsibly

If you choose to compete online, there are some general guidelines that can help make your competition experience safer, and reduce the risk that problems can occur:

  1. Compete for entertainment, and not as a way of making money.
  2. Compete with money that you can afford to lose. Never use money that you need for important things such as food, rent, bills, or tuition.
  3. Ensure you never deposit more than you can afford to lose.
  4. Never chase losses. If you lose money, don't compete for higher stakes to try and recoup your losses.
  5. Don't Compete when you are upset, tired, or depressed. It is difficult to make good decisions when you are feeling down.
  6. Balance your competitions with other activities. Find other forms of entertainment so competitions does not become too big a part of your life.