Consumer protection and associated responsible gambling represent an integral component of our corporate policy. We regard what we offer as recreation and entertainment, underpinned by enjoyment of sport. Your health and ability to make rational decisions are very close to our heart. In order to deal with our products, your health and your assets in a responsible manner, you need to be aware of the risks associated with gambling. This also includes being aware of what it means to go from an occasional social gambler to one with a problematic or even pathological gambling behaviour.
Under Problem Gambling we explain the difference between a problematic and a pathological gambling behaviour. We also point out typical indicators.
We end up by explaining how you can exclude yourself from what we offer on a temporary or permanent basis should you feel that you need a break from gambling (Self-Exclusion).
If you have come across this page as a concerned relative, friend or work colleague, you will find information under the Concerned Family and Friends section about what you can do to help.