Responsible Gambling – mobileslotshq.com

At mobileslotshq.com we are committed to high ethical standards which are reflected in our pro-active policy of social responsibility. The policy of Responsible Gambling is effective for all of the online services we offer. At mobileslotshq.com we encourage all of our players to gamble in a responsible and rational manner.

However, there is a vulnerable minority that should be taken care of. For that reason promoting responsible gambling is one of our main goals.


UNDERAGE GAMBLING RESULTING FROM CLICKING LINKS TO PARTNER WEBSITES AT mobileslotshq.com IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. YOU MUST BE OVER THE AGE OF 18 TO GAMBLE ONLINE. OUR PARTNER CASINOS DO NOT ACCEPT PLAYERS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE.

How to Identify if You Have a Gambling Problem? Being responsible about gambling presupposes knowing whether to play, how to play, and how much money and time to spend on games. A compulsive gambler is a person whose approach to gambling can be classified as an addiction and whose gambling has caused growing and continuing problems in their life.

People who gamble responsibly decide in advance, how much money they will spend, how often they will gamble and, most importantly, they know when to stop. Responsible gambling should be enjoyable and result in no harm to any player. Responsible gamblers stick to these rules:

Gamble for fun and entertainment, but not to earn money.

  • Never borrow money to gamble.
  • Never try to win back losses.
  • Know that you are unlikely to win in the long run.
  • Never let gambling affect your life in any way.

If any of these rules is broken, a player is likely to become a gambling addict. Symptoms of a problem gambler include:

Inability to stop gambling,

  • Vowing to abstain
  • Increasing financial, work, or relationship difficulties as a result of gambling
  • Spending more money and time on gambling than can be afforded
  • Losing interest in daily activities and hobbies
  • Permanent thinking or talking about gambling
  • Gambling until all their money is lost
  • Needing to gamble with larger amounts of money or for a longer time to get the same feeling of excitement
  • Feeling anxious, guilty, worried, or irritated

If you consider yourself to be a problem gambler, you can use one of the site-blockers to prevent yourself from visiting online casinos, by blocking access to online gambling websites:

National Online Self Exclusion Database (GAMSTOP)

Should you wish to quit online gambling permanently, we would advise signing up to the National Online Self Exclusion Database.This will be will mean that should who wish to exclude from all online gambling accounts you will only need to complete the self-exclusion process once, as operators will be centrally linked to the scheme. You will be prevented from accessing gambling websites and apps run by companies licensed in Britain. This will include any new ones that may open in future. For more information, please see: https://www.gamstop.co.uk/

Seek Help In case you have gambling problems, the first thing you should do is admit that you have a progressive illness that cannot be cured without any help. You can find a number of programs and organisations offering help to anyone who develops a gambling problem. They offer assistance in solving all problems that might be caused by gambling, including financial hardship, relationship problems, and personal troubles (stress, anxiety, depression, etc.).

If you would like additional information or assistance, please contact the following organisations and services:

Problem Gambling Advice

Are you gambling more than you really want to? If you feel you have a problem with gambling please visit the GamCare website for help and advice at https://www.gamcare.org.uk, or contact the GamCare National Helpline on 08088020 133. Lines open 8:00 am to midnight UK time.

The following organisations provide psychological help, professional advice and assistance in dealing with gambling addiction:

Financial Advice. If you require free, confidential, and independent advice on how to handle your gambling debt, visit: