Problem gambling is defined as a vulnerable player losing control over their gambling – particularly the frequency of playing, the amount of money spent and the amount of time devoted to playing.
The negative consequences of problem gambling 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 gambling problem, please contact email@example.com for more information.
Find more information at www.gamblinghelponline.org.au
To exclude from all gambling, fill out the NTRC self-exclusion form.