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At SpinTime we focus on creating a world class entertainment experience for adults who enjoy the excitement and the rush of online gaming. We expect that every player who enters our casino does so with a responsible attitude toward themselves and towards their family.

We do not accept players under the age of 18.

Yet we would be remiss if we did not recognize the small percentage of players who lose direction and find themselves detached from the true intention of online casino gaming, which is to have fun and enjoy the optimum entertainment value that we provide at SpinTime.

With this in mind SpinTime has put a list of topics together that provides players with a guideline to responsible online gaming:

  • Online gambling is an entertainment activity and should not be seen as a way to build wealth.

  • Players should keep a monthly financial plan on all their expenses, with an allocated amount for online gaming. Never spend money that is set aside for other purposes.

  • Do not chase losses.

  • Monitor the time that you spend online gaming.

  • Use SpinTime Player protection measures and filtering options to regulate your game play

Player Protection Measures

Spin Time Casino is fully committed to providing top-class online casino gaming options for all players. We have provided some protection measures for players who need to set boundaries to their gaming.

  • Deposit limits to minimize spending.

  • Temporary self-exclusion from Spin Time Casino for an allocated period of time.

Options for Self-Exclusion

SpinTime has created restriction options for players who need to set boundaries to ensure they retain a healthy approach to their gaming experience:

1. A 24-hour-minimum “cooling-off” period,

2. A 6-month-minimum “self-exclusion” period.

Contact SpinTime 24/7 support for queries and assistance.

Filtering options

If children under 18 have access to your computer please ensure that you have installed a filter from one of these trusted sites:


What is problem Gambling?

Problem gambling is excessive gambling and will have a negative impact on other areas of a person’s life, such as their physical or mental health, school or work performance, finances, and/or interpersonal relationships. People with gambling problems often play with money they can't afford to lose, max out their credit cards, borrow money in order to gamble, and do things that compromise their personal values. Despite these negative consequences, they may deny that they have a problem, continue to chase losses, neglect family, friends, work, and even their own self-care (they may not eat or sleep properly, for example, or care about their physical appearance). Problem gambling can affect anyone regardless of age, gender, race or social status.

Signs to look for that you might have a gambling problem

There are a variety of signs that may indicate you have a problem with gambling. Take an honest look at your approach to gaming and should you show a large amount of these signs please talk to someone about your situation and get some help to monitor your gaming activities.

The more signs you show, the greater the chance of a problem. Some of these signs include:

  • Constantly thinking or talking about gambling.

  • Spending more time or money on gambling than you can afford.

  • Finding it difficult to control, stop, or cut down gambling, or feeling irritable when trying to do so.

  • Feeling a sense of emptiness or loss when not gambling.

  • Gambling more in order to win back losses or to get out of financial trouble.

  • Thinking that your gambling will get under control as soon you have a ‘big win’.

  • Borrowing money, selling things, committing (or considering committing) criminal acts in order to get money for gambling.

  • Having increased debt, unpaid bills, or other financial troubles because of your gambling.

  • Often gambling until all of your money is gone.

  • Needing to gamble with larger amounts of money or for longer periods of time in order to get the same feeling of excitement.

  • Experiencing extreme highs from gambling wins and extreme lows from gambling losses.

  • Gambling to escape personal problems or to relieve feelings of anxiety, depression, anger, or other negative emotions.

  • Getting irritated more easily or having less patience when dealing with normal, everyday activities.

  • Feeling guilty about gambling or what happens while gambling.

  • Getting criticized by others for your gambling.

  • Having arguments with friends or family about money and gambling.

  • Refusing to discuss gambling with others or lying to cover it up.

  • Hiding bills, past due notices, winnings, or losses from your partner or family members.

  • Gambling instead of attending family or other social functions.

  • Neglecting family or household responsibilities because of gambling.

  • Neglecting work or school because of gambling.

  • Neglecting personal needs (e.g., for food, sleep, hygiene) because of gambling.

  • Consistently or always planning holidays where gambling is available.

Gambling Problem? Need assistance?

Please visit Gamblers Anonymous
http://www.gamblersanonymous.org for more information on the best assistance for problematic online gambling.