While we recognize that online gambling is fun, we also recognize the responsibility we have in providing such entertainment. Our work is not limited to providing first class entertainment services, we also help those who have become addicted and those who are one step away from it.

Recognizing addiction

Realizing that you have an addiction can be difficult, as it often develops unnoticed over time. However, there are a few signs that may indicate it:

  • Obsession: Constant thoughts about gambling, such as reminiscing about the past, planning your next session, or thinking about how to get money to bet.
  • Increased betting: Feeling the need to bet more money more often to experience the same level of excitement.
  • Unsuccessful attempts to quit: Repeated unsuccessful attempts to control, reduce, or stop betting.
  • Anxiety or irritability when not gambling: Exhibiting withdrawal symptoms, such as anxiety or irritability, when trying to reduce or stop gambling.
  • Escape from Problems: Using gambling as a way to escape from problems or to relieve feelings of helplessness, guilt, anxiety, or depression.
  • Chasing Losses: Trying to recoup losses through new bets, leading to a vicious cycle.
  • Lying: Hiding the extent of one’s gambling by lying to family, friends, or therapists.
  • Putting important relationships or opportunities at risk: Gambling despite the risk or loss of important relationships, jobs, educational or career opportunities.
  • Relying on others for financial help: Dependence on others to provide money to alleviate a desperate financial situation.
  • Neglecting personal or family needs: Ignoring the responsibilities or needs of yourself or your family.

If you notice these behaviors in yourself or someone else, it may be time to seek help. There are many resources and support groups available to help people struggling with addiction. 

Combating gambling addiction 

Coping with gambling addiction requires a multifaceted approach that includes self-reflection, support, and professional intervention. The following are resources that can help in overcoming it:

Recognition and Acceptance

The first step is to recognize the problem and accept the need for change. This realization is crucial to beginning recovery.

Seek professional help

Consulting with mental health professionals, such as therapists or counselors, can provide individualized techniques and support.

Utilize support networks

Participating in support groups such as Gamblers Anonymous offers a community of people facing similar challenges, providing mutual support, understanding and guidance.

Set boundaries

Set boundaries around gambling, including self-exclusion and seeking support from friends and family to help respect those limits.

Financial Management

Establish strict financial controls to prevent access to gambling funds. This can be done by entrusting finances to a trusted family member or setting up automatic bill pay.

Replace gambling

Find alternative activities and hobbies to fill the void left by gambling, such as sports, reading, or creative pursuits to redirect attention and energy in a positive direction.

Understand the triggers

Identify and recognize triggers, such as emotions, situations, or environment, and develop methods to cope with or avoid these triggers.


Learn about addiction to understand the psychological mechanisms at work so you can deal with it more effectively.

Mindfulness and stress management

Practice mindfulness, meditation, and stress management techniques to improve emotional regulation and reduce cravings as a coping mechanism.

Long-term plan

Develop a long-term recovery plan that includes goals, milestones, and methods for maintaining a gambling-free lifestyle, realizing that recovery is an ongoing process.

Fighting gambling addiction is a complex journey that involves perseverance, self-compassion, and a willingness to seek and accept help. With the right methods and support, people can overcome addiction and regain control of their lives.

A set of resources on our website

To encourage and support responsible gaming on Spinbetter One, we have created a set of resources to help our users maintain control and enjoy our services:

Self-Assessment Tools

Our website provides self-assessment tests to help you assess your gambling behavior. They are designed to identify potential signs of problem gambling, giving insight into your habits and guiding you towards responsible practice.

Deposit limits

Users can set daily, weekly or monthly deposit limits to better control spending. This feature is available in the account settings, allowing you to adjust limits as needed.

Reality Check

To help you keep track of your time spent on our site, we offer reality check reminders. These notifications can be set up to appear at intervals of your choosing, reminding you of the length of your gaming session and giving you the option to continue or take a break.


If you need to take a short break from the game, our site offers a timeout feature. With this feature, you can temporarily disable your account for anywhere from 24 hours to 6 weeks to take a break and think about your gaming habits.


For those who choose to take a longer break, there is a self-exclusion option that allows you to block access to your account for a minimum of 6 months. This measure is a more significant step towards behavior management and can be implemented through account settings or by contacting our support team.

Access to transaction history

Our site provides easy access to your transaction and game history. This transparency allows you to closely monitor your spending and gaming activity, making informed decisions about your behavior.

Information and Support

We provide detailed information and resources about responsible gambling, including tips on how to stay safe, potential risks, and where to find professional help if you need it.

External support services

Recognizing the importance of professional help, our site offers links and contact information about outside organizations specializing in gambling addiction help, such as Gamblers Anonymous, Gambling Therapy, and others.