Gambling can be an entertaining and exciting hobby - but for some people, it can turn into something potentially dangerous and destructive.
In Ugrado, it's all about finding the best and safe fit. At the same time, we take all measures to support responsible gambling and we also reward those online gambling sites that take it as seriously as we do. After all, it is important to play these games for fun and enjoyment, and to do so responsibly.
In order to carry out our responsibilities as an expert in safe online gaming, we want you to follow these tips to help you gamble moderately.
1. Gamble with limit
Gamble within budget, not with your savings or rent budget. Decide how much you can afford to lose before you go to play. When it's gone - it's over!
2. Set a time limit in advance
It's easy to lose track of time when you're gambling. Set a time limit or alarm, and when time's up - quit! Odds are that the more time you spend gambling, the more money you will lose.
3. Never chase your losses
Chasing your losses will usually just lead to bigger and bigger losses.
4. Balance gambling with other activities
Make sure gambling isn't your only pastime. It's unlikely that you're still just gambling for the fun of it, and your gambling may even be a problem.
5. Take frequent breaks
Gambling continuously can cause you to lose track of time and perspective. Step out for some air or a bite to eat at regular intervals.
No matter how you're feeling, there's help available.If you believe that either you or a loved one has a gambling problem, immediately talk to someone about your situation, there are lots of hotlines that can provide you with resources, information, and directions on how to seek further help. Gamblers Anonymous and Bettors Anonymous are two popular and free organisations that offer meetings throughout the world. Similarly, Gam-Anon is a group specifically designed to provide support for family members of someone with a betting problem.This is part of our commitment to providing a safe, responsible environment, and also to ourselves as a trusted resource around the world.