1Win Bangladesh Responsible Gaming

Responsible gaming is the mindset that a player takes on when they invest money in betting/gambling, as well as certain behaviors and habits that make the game a fun and rewarding past time without endangering their physical, mental, or social well-being. Remembering this and playing responsibly are essential. Responsible gaming simply means leading a healthy lifestyle that won’t damage your finances, your emotional well-being, or even lead to more serious problems like addiction and compulsive gaming. 

To participate in responsible gaming, adhere to these guidelines.:

  • Engage in prudent, controlled gambling. The main purpose of betting/gambing is to entertain the player. It’s imperative that you set aside time each day for betting in order to avoid it getting in the way of other, more important elements of your life, like your job or your family.
  • Set up money limits. You only need to bet/gamble with extra money that you don’t need to cover your everyday expenses. You cannot, under any circumstances, wager with funds intended for bills, savings or other necessities.
  • Place rational bets. A responsible bettor is one who understands the likelihood of winning or losing the bets he has made; in other words, he is aware that losing bets are common and acceptable. Since betting ultimately revolves around event probability, unexpected outcomes are always possible.

Information Regarding Gambling Addiction

In contrast to responsible gaming, obsessive betting/gambling occurs when a player loses self-control. If you want to prevent problems in your life — which can include serious concerns like depression and losing ties with friends and family—you must be able to recognize when you engage in this type of gambling and act accordingly. Typically, compulsive gambling characteristics include the following:

  • Loss of control during the wagering time. The compulsive bettor eventually becomes unaware of the time devoted to this pastime and ends up spending countless hours betting in front of a computer or smartphone. This results in a lifelong addiction to gambling.
  • He or she is ready to place a bet at any time. An overwhelming urge to be involved in betting activities drives the obsessive gambler. This sudden urge usually appears when the player is doing anything else, like spending time with his family, but his mind is only focused on the desire to wager.
  • Willingness to take unprecedented financial risks. An obsessive gambler is someone who is always attempting to win money. To achieve this, he works very hard at placing bets and eventually raises his stakes to an ever-higher level in an attempt to satisfy his need to win.
  • Sometimes, obsessive gambling or betting leads to inappropriate behavior. A serious gamer often thinks about his or her gambling steps while at work or when interacting with loved ones.

If any of the above symptoms resonate with you, 1Win advises that you speak with a physician or psychiatric specialist about your compulsive gambling addiction. Please be aware that the World Health Organization (WHO) now recognizes gambling addiction as a medical disease. If you do not receive the proper treatment, you face a significant risk of jeopardizing your life and the lives of those you care about.

1Win’s Guidelines for Responsible Gaming

Even though we make every effort to provide our clients with the best experience possible, we recognize that a tiny number of people may encounter problems as a result of betting. To ensure that you may continue to have fun in a safe and controlled way, we advocate responsible gaming.

You can find out if games are taking over your life or the lives of others by asking yourself the following questions:

  • Are you betting or gambling to escape a life that is monotonous and depressing?
  • When you lose money while gaming, do you feel helpless, desperate, and driven to get back to gambling as soon as possible?
  • Do you play until you have no money left, even after paying for a ticket or a cup of coffee?
  • Have you ever lied to hide how much you bet on sports in terms of both money and time?
  • Has playing video games made you less interested in your loved ones, friends, or hobbies?
  • After a loss, do you feel compelled to make up for it as soon as possible?
  • Do conflicts, disappointments, or letdowns spur you on to play?
  • Do you have depression, or are you thinking about hurting yourself with gambling?

If your answer to these questions is affirmative most of the time, you are probably having serious problems with responsible gaming.

If you believe that yourself or someone you know is struggling with a gambling addiction, we suggest that you consider getting help from one of the following organizations:

  • Anonymous Players
  • Website: www.gamblersanonymous.org
  • Gambling Therapy
  • Website: www.gamblingtherapy.org

Self-exclusion at 1Win Bangladesh

If you find that gaming is starting to disturb you too much, you can self-exclude from it. Just contact our support team and request that they enable self-exclusion from your account.

We promise that although we will work tirelessly to have your information deleted from our database as soon as possible, this process takes time. We shall not consider the self-exclusion period to have begun until it is fully implemented and communicated to you. If, after this process, you are still able to use our services, you need to contact us immediately to let us know.

If you choose to reopen your account, your access to the remote gaming services (bets and deposits) will be immediately restored.

1Win Bangladesh Protection Measures for Minors

To ensure children’s online safety, 1Win suggests that its clients use filtering software to prevent minors from accessing betting and gambling content on the Internet. In addition to being against the law, underage gambling can lead to early gambling addiction and significant debt for families.

1Win gives parents the following guidance:

  • Use caution when entering your 1Win account and password.
  • Never leave your computer alone while logged into your 1Win account.
  • It is forbidden to allow anyone under the age of eighteen to bet in any way.
  • Ensure that children are unable to access the data connected to your bank account.
  • You shouldn’t store passwords on your PC. Write down your passwords and keep them in a safe place out of the reach of minors.
  • Avoid using the “Remember me” function if you are using 1Win on a shared computer, particularly if you share a computer with children.
  • Teach your children about the legality of underage gambling as well as its risks.
  • Exercise caution when allowing kids to use technology and mobile devices.
  • Use filtering software to prevent children from accessing gambling websites and other inappropriate content.