Legal Age For Gambling

Please note – in most countries, you must be 18 or over to gamble legally. In some countries, this age limit is 21. Please check your local laws to ensure that it is legal to gamble where you reside.

What To Do If You Have A Problem With Gambling

If you think you have a problem with gambling, then there are organisations that can help. These are listed at the bottom of every page on our website.

If you have a problem with gambling or would like to talk to someone for advice:

BeGambleAware.org Visit

GamCare.org Visit

Gambling Therapy Visit

Gamblers Anonymous Visit

GAMSTOP Visit

Safer Gambling Visit

National Gambling Helpline (UK) – Call free on 0808 8020 133 (24 hours a day)

Tips For Safer Gambling

Don’t think of gambling as a way to make money

Only gamble with money you can afford to lose

Set a money limit in advance

Set a time limit in advance

Never chase your losses

Don’t gamble when you’re depressed or upset

Balance gambling with other activities

Don’t take your bank card with you

Take frequent breaks

Don’t drink or use drugs when gambling

Other Things You Can Do To Help 

Wherever you place your bets should have measures in place to help you control your gambling and bet safely. This may include –

The ability to set limits on your gambling activity or deposit limits

The ability to self-exclude from betting indefinitely or for a fixed period

How to put gambling blocking software in place so that you can limit your activity

How to monitor the amount of time you are spending gambling

How to monitor your losses