Responsible Gaming

Responsible Gaming

The Company (as defined in the User Agreement) is dedicated to providing its members with a responsible gaming environment. Not only is it our mission to provide our members with the most entertaining poker experience but it is also our duty to help prevent compulsive usage of and underage access to our gaming products.

The Company does not allow anyone under the age of 18 to play poker games on HomeAwayBet. It is an offense for minors to participate in gambling activity.

Our website is not designed to attract children or adolescents. We actively discourage and track persons under the age of 18 who attempt to play at our websites. We use sophisticated verification systems which can identify minors who log in to our software. The Company reserves the right to request proof of age from any customer and may suspend an account until adequate verification is received.

Nevertheless, we recognise that the internet is readily accessible in many homes around the world. As a result, gaming companies and parents must work together to protect children from underage gambling. To ensure the safety of your children, we recommend installing filtering software to block minors from accessing certain websites and programmes.

We help you play responsibly

Gaming can be both entertaining and profitable. But you can’t always win. Losing is a part of the game and you have to be prepared for it. Therefore you should play responsibly, and not risk money that you can’t afford to lose. Gaming can also be addictive and make you lose the perspective of time and money. We want all your gaming experiences to be as positive as possible, even if you lose. Therefore we work hard to help you control your own gaming.

Remember

  • Gambling is a form of entertainment. It is not a way to get rich quickly and pay off your debts.
  • Gambling is a game of chance. There are no formulas that guarantee winnings.
  • Make sure that the decision to gamble is your choice.
  • Never try to chase your losses.
  • Check the amounts you spend on a regular basis in the Cashier.
  • Make sure you know the rules of the games you play.

Like many things, what is enjoyable in moderation can be disastrous in excess.