Problem gaming is defined as a vulnerable player losing control over their betting. Particularly the frequency of playing, the amount of money spent, and the amount of time devoted to playing. (This can also be referred to as having a gambling problem)
The negative consequences of problem gaming may include:
- The player suffers excessive financial losses relative to the player's means
- Adverse personal effects on the player's and/or their relationships
- Adverse effects on employment and work performance
- Other costs which are borne by the community
If you believe you may have a gaming problem, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Find more information at www.gamblinghelponline.org.au
To exclude from gaming from a range of betting operators, fill out the NTRC self-exclusion form.