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Responsible Gaming at Mostbet 

Gambling addiction is a serious issue affecting people worldwide. It can have detrimental effects on one's mental health, leading to depression and even suicidal thoughts. Addiction can also negatively impact relationships with family, work, and studies, and may lead to financial ruin or criminal behavior like theft.

At Mostbet, we prioritize responsible gaming and urge our users to remember that gambling should not be seen as a source of income. Rather, it should be viewed as an opportunity to have fun.

About Forbidden Access 

We take great measures to ensure the safety and well-being of our customers when using our gambling platform. As a socially responsible operator, we employ various tactics to prevent any negative consequences that may arise from our services. Here are some examples of what we do:

Please be aware that we reserve the right to request identification documents at any time to verify that no minors have created fraudulent accounts on our website. If using a computer accessible by minors, please ensure that they do not have access to any usernames, passwords, or banking information associated with our site.

Identifying Gambling Addiction

There are several questions you can ask yourself to determine whether you may have a gambling addiction. Seek professional help if you answer positively to several of these questions:

Tips for Responsible Gaming

It's never too late to acknowledge a potential gambling addiction and take steps to mitigate its impact. Consider these tips to reduce your risk of developing gambling addiction:

Self-Exclusion Tools

Mostbet.com offers users the option to self-exclude from gambling or betting activities. Users can request limitations on their accounts for periods of 1 month, 6 months, or 1 year. Our support team will also limit the maximum bet amount upon request. During the self-exclusion period, users are prohibited from creating new accounts on our platform. It is the user's responsibility to ensure that they do not use our services under someone else's name or address.