What is gambling addiction?

Gambling addiction means the 'urge' to gamble becomes an obsession. Obsessive gambling consumes a considerable amount of time and money and is detrimental to one's self-confidence and above all one's self-esteem. Important aspects of life, such as family and work, slowly become of secondary importance and are neglected as the gambling addiction takes hold.


Prevention: What precautions can I take?

  • Decide on your maximum limit beforehand and stick to it.
  • Do not deposit a higher sum than the one on your betting account. This also applies to lost bets.
  • Decide beforehand at what winnings you will end the game.
  • Decide beforehand how much you can afford to lose.
  • Gamble only when you are fully rested and concentrated.
  • Take regular breaks from gambling.
  • Never gamble when you are under the influence of alcohol.


Gambling addiction: What should I do?

You have the option of blocking your user account. To do so, simply send us a message to support@bet3000.com.

E-Mail: support@bet3000.com

Here you also have the possibility to fill in an opt-out form from Bet3000 and send it directly to us. Once received, we will confirm you the self-exclusion.

Opt-out form

Who can I talk to, or where can I find help?



www.gamcare.org.uk
www.gamblersanonymous.org.uk
www.gordonhouse.org.uk

How can I protect my children?



  • When you use our website, ensure that your children are not sitting at the computer with you.
  • Use user-friendly filter software such as NetNanny or CyberPatrol.
  • Explain the dangers and risks posed by gambling to your children and try to understand its consequences.
  • When you use our website, ensure that your children are not sitting at the computer with you.