Responsible Gaming

Play safe and responsibly

At Decentral Games, we believe that responsible gaming is the foundation of a safe and fun online casino experience.

We're committed to promoting responsible gambling practices and providing our players with the necessary tools and resources to ensure their well-being while enjoying our games.

Responsible Gaming Tips

Here are some helpful tips to help you have an enjoyable experience while staying in control.

  1. Treat gambling as a form of entertainment, not as a source of income.

  2. Only bet what you can afford to lose.

  3. Set a budget and stick to it.

  4. Avoid chasing losses.

  5. Take breaks and engage in other activities.

  6. Never gamble under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

  7. Be aware of the signs of problem gambling and seek help if needed.

  8. Educate yourself about the odds and rules of the games you play.

  9. Maintain open communication with family and friends about your gambling activities.

Prevention of Underage Gambling

Decentral Games requires all users to be 18 years or older.

All users must confirm their age and certify that they're of legal age to gamble prior to opening an account. Decentral Games will never engage in targeting underage players with marketing and advertising.

Any underage players found will have their account immediately disabled and will have all their winnings forfeited.

Setting Limits

Setting personal limits is an essential part of responsible gaming.

We encourage all our players to establish limits on their deposits, wagers, and time spent playing. By setting these limits, you can maintain control over your gambling activities and ensure that they remain within your budget and available time.

You can easily set and manage your limits on your DG Account page.


If you feel that you need a break or want to prevent yourself from playing, please contact our Support team in Discord to have your account disabled.

Resources and Support

If you or someone you know is struggling with a gambling problem, it's important to seek help. Please visit one of the resources below:

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