Responsible Gaming

Responsible gaming

All Participants in the Zeebit Games Platform acknowledge that gambling is an inherently risky activity and should only be pursued as planned and budgeted entertainment, and not as a means to generate an income or recover debts. Participants should only gamble with what they can afford to lose.

Problem gambling

Problem gambling is gambling to a degree that it has a negative impact on a person’s life. Warning signs for problem gambling include:

  • Spending more money and time on gambling than you can afford;

  • Finding it hard to stop your gambling;

  • Losing interest in your usual activities or hobbies;

  • Lying about your gambling or hiding it from other people;

  • Chasing losses or gambling to get out of financial trouble;

  • Borrowing money, selling possessions or not paying bills in order to fund your gambling;

  • Needing to gamble with larger amounts of money or for a longer time to get the same feeling of excitement;

  • Neglecting work, university, family, personal needs or household responsibilities because of gambling;

  • Feeling anxious, worried, guilty, depressed or irritable; and

  • Using alcohol excessively while gambling, to the extent that it impairs your judgement.

If you recognise any of the above warning signs, you should consider adopting measures that may help, such as:

  • Self-excluding, either temporarily or permanently; and

  • Seeking help and support from trusted independent organisations.


At any time, Participants can self-exclude their Wallet from Participation for a specified period or permanently. This function can be accessed from within the Settings view of the Zeebit Games Platform.

Seeking help and support from trusted independent organisations

There are many organisations which provide free and confidential advice on problem gambling, including:

  • BeGambleAware (, which is an independent non-profit charitable organisation that provides services for the prevention and treatment of gambling addiction;

  • Gordon Moody (, which provides advice, education, and support for those who intend to take control of their gambling;

  • The Responsible Gambling Council (, which provides programmes for prevention and assistance in addressing gambling addiction; and

  • Gamtalk (, which is a support community for people with a gambling problem.

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