Responsible Gaming

Gambling is more generally a recreational activity that is both fun and rewarding. The SJackpot team firmly believes that the decision to gamble should always be a personal choice and not a choice made under any pressure from others. Our priority is to ensure the best possible online casino gaming experience for all players. To do this, we need to put in the effort, and every player needs to play responsibly.

Never gamble if:

1.You are not of legal gambling age in your jurisdiction prevents you from concentrating on your work or performing your duties

3.You are recovering from an addictive disorder or dependence are under the influence of alcohol or other substances

5.You are trying to recover previous gambling losses

6.Gambling is seen by many as a recreational activity. It's mostly a fun and harmless way to get out of the drudgery of everyday life and kill time. However, only a few gamblers are bothered by this activity. Addicted compulsive gamblers undermine the positive image of online and land-based gaming businesses.

7.Like their land-based gaming counterparts, the SJackpot team is well-trained and well-equipped to spot and identify disturbing signs of compulsive gambling among players. Our goal is to provide a comfortable and top-notch gaming environment for everyone, while also helping those who need our help.

8.Victor believes in being socially responsible and abiding by the wishes of our well-meaning players to provide quality service. Thanks to their long experience in the casino management industry, the SJackpot team is equipped with the necessary skills and tools to successfully identify the signs of compulsive gambling. With this experience, the team works to help compulsive gamblers in need outside of the casino.

8.Gambler Anonymous is a popular organization founded to help and support problem compulsive gamblers. The body consists of a fellowship of men and women with common characteristics who consciously stop compulsive gambling. Together they bring together experiences, strengths and hope to overcome their addiction. If you or someone you know needs their help, please feel free to contact them at