Responsible Gambling with Slotsia

Slotsia is all about having fun and seeking out the best deals, games and casinos on the Internet. However, when it comes to using our site, nothing trumps your safety and enjoyment – which is why we are complete advocates of responsible gambling.

Compulsive and addictive behaviour can quickly spiral destructively, so it is important to pre-empt any issues and make sure that you familiarise yourself with the warning signs.

These can include:

Spending beyond your means

Chasing losses 

Your well-being or personal relationships being adversely affected

Hiding your gambling habits from others

Finding it hard to manage the amount you gamble

Should you find yourself struggling with your gambling, or feel that it is becoming an unhealthy habit, you are not alone.

Our tips for healthy gambling

Organisations that can help with problem gambling in the UK

GamCare www.gamcare.org.uk 0808 8020 133

Gamcare has been at the forefront of tackling gambling addiction since 1997. They operate the National Gambling Helpline and aim to provide support for both problem gamblers and their families. Trained and confidential advisers are available at all times of day, while they have an impressive range of self help resources.

GambleAware www.gambleaware.co.uk 0808 8020 133. This organisation raises over £8m every year with voluntary donations from the gambling industry in Great Britain. GambleAware advocates a programme of treatment, education, harm prevention and research for those suffering from addiction. Help is available 24/7 both online – via live chat – and by phone.

Gamblers Anonymous www.gamblersanonymous.org.uk Daily meetings take place across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, where men and women come together to share their experiences and give strength to one another in order to overcome their shared problem.

National Problem Gambling Clinic www.cnwl.nhs.uk 0800 0234 650 Based in London, the National Problem Gambling Clinic (CNWL) treats problem gamblers aged 16 and over. The Clinic is funded by the NHS.