The two basic principles of Responsible Gambling - unacceptable for adults and the attitude towards gambling as entertainment and nothing more! Read the other principles below.


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How to Play Responsibly

If you have decided to gamble online, there are some general instructions that can help you make your experience safer and reduce the risk of possible problems:

  • Don't play if you're angry, tired or depressed. It's hard to make good decisions when you're not feeling well.
  • Gamble for entertainment, not for a living. Gambling is based on chances and there are no magic formulas to guarantee winnings.
  • Balance gambling with other activities. Find other forms of entertainment so that gambling doesn't become too big a part of your life.
  • Maintain other interests and hobbies - don't let gambling be the priority in your life.
  • Gambling in moderation is okay.
  • Before you play, set strict limits on how much time you spend and how much you spend.
  • Gamble with a budget you can afford. Never use money committed to food, rent, bills or school.
  • Check the amounts you have wagered regularly on your statement.
  • Make sure you know the rules of the games you play.
  • Before betting, find out about the rules and characteristics of the games, the prize plans and the odds of winning. In this way, you'll be able to make an informed decision about the options and amounts you want to bet;
  • Set time and money limits in advance, always using moderate amounts;
  • Don't borrow money to gamble;

Protecting minors

Minors are considered a vulnerable target group, which is why they should be protected and kept away from gambling.

Why worry about minors?

  • They have less control over their impulses;
  • They are less aware of the risks associated with their actions;
  • They have a greater illusion of control and gain;
  • They have greater illusions about predicting results;
  • They are less open to criticism or advice and more resistant to awareness campaigns;
  • They may have a greater tendency to resort to gambling as a way of compensating for feelings of isolation.

Watch out!

There are some signs that may indicate that minors are gambling for money:

  • They show unjustified spending in their daily expenses;
  • Borrowing money;
  • They show excessive interest in the results of games;
  • They focus on the results rather than the sporting activity;
  • Mood swings (irritability, anxiety);
  • They isolate themselves from their usual group of friends;
  • Decrease in school performance.

If you have any doubts, question the child and explain the risks of gambling and using betting apps.

Tips for parents on gambling

Although our games are only intended for an older audience, advertising and information about them is accessible to all audiences, including minors. It is therefore up to parents and educators to explain the information they receive, making it clear that gambling is only for people over 18.

With regard to gambling on online platforms, it is also important for parents and educators to know or find out about the applications used by minors, since gambling on the internet is less monitored and it is more difficult to reduce the risks associated with gambling.

Nowadays, it's also possible to protect them with programs that block internet content, ensuring that access is restricted and monitored.

Gamble responsibly and safeguard minors:

  • Preventing them from gambling;
  • Making them aware of the risks of gambling;
  • Not involving them in the act or the game mechanics.

Remember that the behavior of parents and/or educators influences the future behavior of minors.

Filter Solutions

We warn and encourage our clients to prevent minors from accessing gaming sites. ICRA (Internet Content Rating Association) is part of the Family Online Safety Institute, and provides information and advice on Internet safety.


If you have children or teenagers at home, use a protection system that allows you to limit the websites they have access to, preventing file sharing and generally providing detailed control over how your children are using the Internet.

Filter solutions allow parents to control Internet access based on chosen criteria. Parents can use these filters to prevent their children from accessing gaming sites, among others. If you share your computer with friends or family members who are underage, consider using filter solutions and visiting these sites:

Are you a compulsive gamer?

If you think that playing games can be a drag on your life rather than a form of entertainment, we want to help you. First, take a look at the following questions:

  1. Have you ever jeopardized very important relationships, your studies, your job or your career because of gambling?
  2. When you're on a losing streak, do you become obsessed with trying to make up for it in successive gambles?
  3. When you win, do you have an uncontrollable desire to gamble again to win more?
  4. Do you gamble until you run out of money?
  5. Have you ever lied, stolen or borrowed money to gamble?
  6. Don't you hesitate if you ever spend money intended for other things on gambling?
  7. Do you ever play for longer than you intended?
  8. Do you gamble to escape problems, disappointments or frustrations?
  9. Do you feel depressed or suicidal because of gambling?
  10. Have you ever sold any of your possessions or those of family members to gamble or pay off gambling debts?

If you answered "Yes" to many of these questions, we advise you to visit Gamblers Anonymous -

You can take the full test on one of the following websites:

Independent Organizations

Here you can find information about organizations that can help gamblers, people with gambling addiction, and their families and friends.

  • Gamblers Anonymous Brazil

São PauloBrazil

(11) 3229-1023

[email protected]

Rio de Janeiro Brazil

(21) 2516-4672

[email protected]

  • If you or someone you know has a gambling addiction, many help resources are available today - from group therapy to regular consultations with a psychologist or psychiatrist.

One of the treatment options in Brazil is the Brotherhood of Gamblers Anonymous

Since 1957, many people have managed to overcome their gambling addiction thanks to the psychotherapeutic work carried out at the institution's various offices located in four regions of Brazil.