Responsible Gambling

Here at All Star Slots, we understand that not everyone has total control over the amount that they gamble. For a small percentage of people, gambling can become a compulsion that can have serious financial consequences. We don’t want anyone playing at All Star Slots to have this problem, and that’s why we offer several options to help players keep control of the amount they are gambling.

Self-Exclusion and Deposit Limits

We have two major tools that players can use to help regulate their play. The first tool we have is that we will work with you on deposit limits for daily, weekly or monthly play. These limits can help to keep you playing within your budget and at stakes that you can afford. It’s best to decide on these limits ahead of time and to use them as a part of an overall strategy to manage your budget as a whole.

Second, we offer total self-exclusion from All Star Slots. If you decide that you would like to have your account permanently closed and to never receive emails or other communication from us, we will adhere to your request. We never want to send communications to people who aren’t interested in what we offer, but this is even more the case for players who feel a compulsion to gamble.

Our Stance on Underage Gambling

We do not encourage or condone any instances of underage gambling. Along these lines, we actively work to prevent minors from being able to gamble on our site, and we do not market to minors. We strongly suggest that players of legal age protect their account information and never leave their computer alone while the All Star Slots casino program (or any other casino program) is active.

While we make every effort to prevent minors from playing on our site, it’s possible that some minors may successfully steal adult log-in information or find another way to log in and gamble. If you know of such a case, please let us know by contacting the support team right away, and we will do everything in our power to stop it from happening.

When Should You Gamble?

Make sure that you never gamble if you find that it’s getting in the way of other parts of your life like work, taking care of yourself or taking care of your family. You should also avoid gambling if you are in the recovery stages for any type of addiction or dependency. If you are not under full control of your gambling decisions, such as when you’re under the influence of alcohol, you should refrain from gambling.

Do You Need Help?

If you find yourself wanting help to stop gambling, or if you find that your gambling habits are getting out of control, then we want to help you to help yourself.

Gamblers Anonymous is of the most famous support groups for compulsive or problem gambling. They have offices and support group meetings located all over the world, including online. Even if they do not have group meetings in your area, they can help to connect you with meetings from other organizations.

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