Where to seek help?

2 min. readlast update: 01.03.2020


If you are considering self-exclusion with other operators as well, you may wish to register with GAMSTOP.

GAMSTOP is a free service that enables you to self-exclude from participating online gambling companies licensed in Great Britain.

To find out more and to sign up with GAMSTOP please visit: 


Further help

If you believe you might need additional help with your gambling problem, we would like to recommend the following organisations for more information and assistance.


The BeGambleAware organisation offers information on responsible gambling, but also provides confidential help and advice to any problem gambler and their loved ones.


It’s an organisation providing information, advice and support for anyone affected by problem gambling. They offer a live chat service and a hotline.They focus not only on helping but also on the education of how gambling can cause harm to people.

Gamblers Anonymous

An organisation gathering compulsive gamblers and people addicted to gambling, giving them more information on the harms of gambling and help they can get.


An organisation gathering and offering support to close relatives of people harmed by gambling. 


A national charity with a social purpose to inform, educate, safeguard and build digital resilience amongst young and vulnerable people. 

Filtering software

If you would like to completely halt your gambling while taking a break, we recommend installing filtering software for your browser on your computer. Such programs prevent you and other users of your computer from entering a gambling operator website and other online content not suitable for minors. We recommend taking a look at:






Blocking gambling transactions

Some banks offer an option to block transactions made to gambling operators from a card or banking account. This is a safe option to limit your spending on playing. Check if your bank allows this option! 

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