Responsible Gambling

Responsible Gambling

While we don’t think we need to remind you, just in case you’ve forgotten, the legal gambling age in the UK is 18. That means you must be at least 18 years old to part-take in any and all kind of real money gambling activity if you are a resident of the UK. If you are registered in another jurisdiction, it is solely your responsibility to ensure that you are of the legal age to use iGambling services.

We take social responsibility very seriously and make sure all our partners require proof of ID when you go on to create actual casino accounts at those sites. Furthermore, they may ask for additional documentation, such as a copy of your passport or your driver’s licence if they deem it necessary. This is all done to ensure that the real money gambling environment is safe for all and that no minors go undetected.

It’s dangerous for under 18s to gamble for many reasons. If you are under the age of 18, or under the respective legal gambling age in your jurisdiction, we may block your access to with no prior warning.


Parental Control

There is a plethora of ways that parents and guardians can supervise their children and ensure that no minor gambles for real money. After all, the content such as we publish here on is highly inappropriate for under 18s. Thus, we recommend that special filters and firewalls be installed on children’s devices, as well as shared family devices, to prevent minors from accessing

We highly recommend using software such as the Net Nanny filtering program that can be installed via Additionally, we recommend that the CYBERsitter filtering software also be installed, making it possible to block access to certain types of sites.

Ultimately, it is the responsibility of the parents and/or guardians to ensure that minors act responsibly on the Internet. It’s also important to teach children that uncontrolled and irresponsible gaming online can affect not just the individual himself, but also their family, friends and the society as a whole.