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Aware of operating in an industry that requires great responsibility, SNIDAR places particular attention to the protection of the end user and of the most vulnerable due to age and social status. More concretely, SNIDAR Gaming Consulting promotes a policy of legal, safe and responsible gambling, implementing all possible actions to ensure that the gaming experience is pleasant and does not involve risks for the player.

Sustainable playing

All personnel receives specific training on topics related to PGD (Pathological Gambling Disorders) and particular attention is devoted to the protection of players between the ages of 18 and 21 years and the most vulnerable players.

We believe that it is very important to manage relationships with the players who attend our rooms with awareness and responsibility, for this reason, with this project we aim to prevent critical situations linked to pathological gambling, to be able to deal with these situations appropriately and with due promptness.

Gaming is now an integral part of our society and, for this reason, we want to coordinate and target it in the most ethical and healthy way, while preserving the playful and socially unifying nature that gaming can instill where everything falls into a sustainable logic limited in time and manner.

The Sustainable Gaming project is therefore offering a fun service that responds to ethical values, health, healthy fun and legality. All values that guide our way of doing business.

Play Responsibly

Gaming is a pleasure, do not lose control

Gaming is an enjoyable and positive experience that poses no risk to most people.
However, among the millions of players, there are also people for whom playing is no longer just entertainment, but has become or may become a problem.
When gaming is not considered entertainment, it may cause negative consequences in the life of a person and his family.
Incorrect playing habits can cause work, family and financial problems.
Snidar Gaming Consulting, aware that gaming may be a problem for a small part of the players in terms of excessive gambling and gambling addiction, along with the AAMS, promotes Responsible Gaming with the aim of providing fun and entertainment.
This site contains tips and suggestions necessary to allow gaming to always remains a pleasure without risks and provides useful information in case that is has become a problem.

10 simple rules to play intelligently

• Always give yourself a gambling limit and NEVER exceed it!
• DO NOT play sums of money that you cannot afford to lose!
• Avoid gambling money intended for other purposes
• Do not play to win back your losses when you lose
• Avoid considering gambling as a solution to your problems and your concerns
• NEVER borrow money to gamble
• Do not lie to your loved ones on the amounts that you have lost or about the time devoted to gaming
• Ask for help if you think you are spending too much or that you are playing too frequently
• Do not take time off from work to go gamble
• Do not gamble when you are feeling depressed, lonely, bored, tense or anxious

6 misconceptions about gambling

“If I keep playing my luck will turn sooner or later”
False: whenever you’re playing again the odds are exactly like the previous games
“I almost won: this means that the next time I will win”
False: getting close to winning, does not mean that you are going to win: the outcome of the next game is not influenced by having almost won previously.
“While I’m playing, if I hold a lucky object, cross my fingers, etc., my odds for winning will increase”
False: the outcome of the bet NEVER depend on superstitious rituals that use while playing.
“My knowledge and my skills in the game help increase my odds of winning”
False: in games of chance (such as Scratch-off, National Lottery, and other Lotteries), the ability of the player cannot influence the outcome of the game in any way.
“Winnings and losses tend to occur in cycles”
False: Gaming winnings and losses do not have a cyclical nature.
“I am particularly good at choosing successful “winning” places (betting shops, betting rooms, etc.)
False: there is no such thing as more successful “winning” places than other places. The fact that there has been a big win in a betting shop does not mean that there will be another, whether big or small, in the future.

Who to contact for help

If you think you have a problem with gambling or if you have a family member who you think may have a problem with gambling, you can get help at the Responsible Gaming service.
The service is completely free and anonymous and consists of two response channels:
The site to access the chat, contact the team of experts via Email and find information on local services that deal with gambling problems.
The team of psychologists that handles the initial contact is supported by a staff of consultants, a psychiatrist, psychotherapist and a lawyer, that intervene to deal with specific aspects.
National toll-free number 800.921.121 accessible from landline and mobile phones.