Responsible Gambling


At, we’re committed to ensuring a safe, enjoyable, and responsible gambling environment for our South African audience. We believe that gambling should be treated as a form of entertainment, much like enjoying a movie or a sports event. This section is dedicated to helping you understand how to gamble responsibly, assess your gambling behavior, and know what to do if gambling becomes a problem.

Our Commitment

While we provide information about online casinos and bookmakers, we are not a gambling operator and do not accept bets. We operate in strict compliance with South African gambling laws and regulations. By using our website, you agree to our terms and conditions, which prioritize responsible gambling practices.

Guidelines for Responsible Gambling

  • Financial Management: Only gamble with money you can afford to lose. Set a monthly budget for gambling after covering your essential expenses and savings. Stick to this budget and stop gambling once you’ve reached your limit.
  • Time Management: Gambling should not interfere with your daily responsibilities. Set a time limit for each gambling session and prioritize commitments to family, work, and friends.
  • Self-Assessment: Regularly evaluate your gambling habits. Signs of problem gambling include neglecting responsibilities, increasing time spent on gambling, and using gambling to escape from stress or depression.
  • Control Measures: Utilize tools provided by online casinos, such as deposit limits and session time reminders, to maintain control over your gambling habits.
  • Recognizing Problem Gambling: If you find yourself chasing losses, borrowing money for gambling, or feeling anxious or upset when not gambling, these may be signs of problem gambling.

Support for Problem Gambling

If you or someone you know is struggling with gambling addiction, it’s crucial to seek professional help. In South Africa, there are several resources available:

  • The South African Responsible Gambling Foundation (Tel: 080 000 6008; Website:
  • Gamblers Anonymous SA (Hotlines: Gauteng – 071 377 2746, KwaZulu-Natal – 031 209 6359, Western Cape – 074 837 4001)

Online Casino Policies

  • Cooling Off Period: Contact the customer support of the online casino to exclude yourself temporarily from their services.
  • Permanent Self-Exclusion: For more severe cases, request a permanent exclusion from the casino, which will close your account and prevent future registrations.

Final Thoughts

Gambling should be an enjoyable pastime, not a source of stress or financial problems. We encourage you to follow these guidelines to ensure a safe and enjoyable gambling experience. Remember, gambling is unpredictable, and it’s important to approach it with a responsible mindset.