We encourages a responsible attitude towards gambling. Responsible gambling means staying in control of the amount of time and money spent on gambling and treating the activity as a form of entertainment as part of a wider, balanced lifestyle. We recommend that all customers establish limits for participating in lottery draws, and recommends that they do not turn to lotteries as a source of income or as a way to recoup debt.


We strictly enforce a minimum age limit for our customers. As a general rule, anyone under the age of 18 years is stringently prohibited from registering an account and using our services. Please note, however, that in some jurisdictions you may still be prohibited from playing lotteries even when you’re already older than 18.


We advocate that parents and guardians try to prevent underage access to online lottery services. We heartily recommend filtering software or similar products to block minors from accessing gambling websites, mobile apps and software programs which provide access to unsuitable content, services and features.


Problematic gambling behaviour causes harm to the player and those around him or her and no one is entirely immune to the possibility of succumbing to a future gambling addiction. The severity of such an addiction should not be underestimated. Someone struggling with an addiction to online gambling may display signs of stress, depression, anxiety, they may fall behind at work, and they may worry about money.

An addiction to online gambling is often difficult to diagnose. In contrast to, e.g. some people who go through a period of substance abuse, the physical effects displayed by someone who is addicted to online gambling may be entirely absent. Furthermore, what causes an addiction to online gambling is a matter of scientific discussion. Problematic gambling behaviour seems more likely to occur in people whose family members display or have displayed the same type of behaviour. Another factor which seemingly increases the risk is the age at which a person first starts gambling. Additionally, a young gamer’s risk may rise when he or she experiences a big win early on.


In order to most effectively prevent problematic behaviour when gambling, it is of the utmost importance that you remain in control. In order to do so, we recommend you read through the below checklist.

  1. Balance gambling with other activities. Make sure you have other hobbies and interests to occupy your time or else you may spend an unreasonable amount of time on online gambling.
  2. Never think of online gambling as a way to make money. It’s actually designed to work the other way around. Think of gambling as an entertainment expense – like going to the theatre.
  3. Only spend money you can afford to lose. Set an entertainment budget and stick to it.
  4. Don’t game when you are upset. Decision-making can become warped when you are emotionally upset. Game only when you feel happy and well-balanced.
  5. Never drink or use drugs when gambling. Alcohol and drugs can severely impair your judgment.
  6. Set a money limit in advance. Decide how much you can afford to lose before you even start to play.
  7. When you’ve spent your gambling budget, you’re done gambling.
  8. Set a time limit in advance. Choose a reasonable timeframe for a gambling session and stick to it. Chances are that the more time you spend gambling, the more money you will lose.
  9. Don’t try to win back any losses. If you lose the set amount of money you chose to play with and then try to win it back before leaving, you haven’t really set a money limit. This pattern will often turn into a vicious circle and thus create more losses.
  10. Take frequent breaks from your gambling activities. Non-stop gambling can lead to you losing track of time.