Potential risks

Like many other activities, the fun of the game can develop into a behavioural disorder that can be addictive. Here are some of the cues that can help you determine what role the game plays in your life – whether it’s just for fun or there’s a second plan:

  • I want to play more and more, especially after losing;
  • It seems to me that when I start winning, it will last forever;
  • It’s hard for me to stop, even when I promise not to play again;
  • I’m having financial difficulties because I’m spending my savings to play gambling games;
  • I borrow money and even “temporarily” steal in order to have money for gambling;
  • I play during working hours (in front of the computer), trying to recoup my losses and/or gain more;
  • Any other activity or hobby that I usually enjoy is starting to become an unwanted obligation.

If you observe some of the above symptoms in yourself, it is good to think about your overall approach to the game, and share and seek advice to protect yourself from developing and deepening gambling addiction. Our specialists are always available for consultation and assistance: (Phone: +359 885 307 499).