Family Game Online asks you to play moderately.
In general, players consider the game as entertainment and a moment of relaxation. However, some players may gradually develop a gambling addiction that can cause financial, family or personal problems.
Increasing the length or frequency of play may for some people encourage a state of dependency or cause a certain emotional vulnerability.
The user should know that addiction is inappropriate, persistent and repeated playing of the game. The pleasure of playing is transformed into a compelling need to play with harmful consequences for the player and their close family and friends.
The Player may consult the "RESPONSIBLE GAMING" section at any time available on all pages of the www.familygameonline.be website. In this section, the Players will have at their disposal, useful tips to prevent all risks of dependency, the opportunity to enrol on the registers of persons banned from gaming and the procedure to follow as well as finding a list of agencies specialised in combating addiction.
If you think you may be dependent on gaming or want to talk about your dependency, you can contact SOS GAMES line on 0800/35.777, 24/7. You can also consult the Gaming Clinic site.
Remember that the Gaming Commission protects players. If you wish, you can have yourself banned from access to casinos, gaming rooms and online gaming by returning the voluntary ban application form. If you would like to submit this request on behalf of someone else, please submit the third party exclusion form.
For more information, go the Gaming Commission's website.
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Our terms and conditions of use have been changed. You need to approve them to continue to play and bet.
Since 6 April, the Belgian Gaming Commission has asked players to report any site that does not respect the rules concerning the deposit limit, and specifies that "no increase in this limit can be granted at this time".
FamilyGameOnline.be wishes to apply this rule, however without penalising players, as the situation is due to the Belgian Gaming Commission’s inability to set up a verification system with the Belgian Central Individual Credit Register despite the fact that a period of 18 months has elapsed since the publication of the Belgian Royal Decree on 25 October 2018.
Therefore, so as not to penalise those players who wish to do so, players that make the request and that can prove via the documents available on the Belgian Central Individual Credit Register that they are not in default of payment, will be able to increase their deposit limit beyond €500, in accordance with the Belgian Royal Decree of 25 October 2018.
In this context:
You will find a link to the necessary procedure when you indicate your wish to increase your deposit limit on your personal settings page.
Furthermore, we would like to remind you that our website offers you the possibility to set personal limits per day, week or month. Once a limit is set, it can only be modified after a period of 72 hours to help you play responsibly.
We also remind you that you can exclude yourself from gaming. This can be done at our brick-and-mortar casinos, on our websites or on the website of the Belgian Gaming Commission by registering on the EPIS system.
If you wish to assess whether you have a problematic relationship with gaming, test yourself at http://www.aide-aux-joueurs.be/accueil
You have been excluded from our website at your request for a 6-month period.
To have your self-exclusion cancelled, please contact our customer service.