Everyone at Wildz Casino is of the firm belief that all forms of gambling, no matter how or where practised, should primarily be safe and fun. That includes at our own online casino.
Our product was built first and foremost as an entertainment product designed to provide enjoyment. Any winnings that follow constitute an added bonus on top, and should not serve as your primary motive for playing online casino games.
With that in mind, we've compiled a list of guidelines to help reinforce that message and to ensure gambling never verges into dangerous territory:
Don't gamble under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Both have a tendency to dilute your judgement and may negatively effect the decisions you make while gambling. The three do not mix.
Only gamble with money you can afford to lose. Keep things in check by limiting the amount you spend gambling to that you would allocate to other frequent leisure pursuits.
Don't gamble as a means to make up for money already lost, known as chasing your losses.
Since all casino games have an RTP less than 100%, in the long run you are guaranteed to come out down if you use gambling as a profit-making venture. In the worst case scenario you could end up amassing even larger debits for yourself, all the while digging an ever-enlarging hole.
The saying goes: if you think you have a gambling problem, then you probably do. Look out for tell-tale signs that might point to problem gambling, like playing longer than usual or wagering higher amounts than you are used to.
If gambling begins to interfere with your regular daily routine, this is another signifier of potential gambling addiction. It's important you remain aware of these factors before your actions spiral out of control. Use the opportunity to stop, pause and reassess your gambling behaviour, before taking any potential corrective action.
If you'd like more resources around problem gambling, please pay a visit to the Wildz Responsible Gaming section. The dedicated page provides useful third-party resources to support players who think they may be affected by problem gambling. There's also a self-assessment quiz offered in total confidentiality.