Tools to Manage Your Play Online

You may be familiar with the tagline "know your limit, play within it." At, we stand firmly behind this advice! That's why we provide players with tools in which they must consider their personal situation and set limits for their online play. Click one of the links below to find out more.

How to Set Limits in PlayNow

Step 1:

Go to "My Account" in the dropdown menu.

Step 2:

Go to "Click on "Edit Profile" in the sidebar menu.

Step 3:

Click on the "Account Settings" tab.

Step 4:

Change to your desired amount under "Weekly Transfer-In Limit" section and click "Update".

GameSense Tips

Play for fun, not to make money

If you gamble, the result is never certain and losing is always a possibility. So look at gambling as entertainment, like catching a concert or a movie, not a source of income.

Know how the game works and what the odds are before playing

The more you know about the games, the better equipped you are to make informed decisions before and while you play.

Set a budget and stick to it

Keeping it fun means playing within your means. When you set and stick to a budget, you spend only money you can afford to lose.

Don't chase losses. Accept them as the cost of entertainment

Wondering if you can win back losses by playing more? It's possible, but unlikely. Chances are the more you play, the more money you'll lose. "Chasing losses" almost always leads to bigger losses.

Balance gambling with other types of leisure activities

Finding other types of entertainment to enjoy will help make sure that gambling doesn't become your main activity or too big a part of your life.

Take frequent breaks

Every once in a while, it's a good idea to walk away from the game you're playing. Taking a break can help you make smarter decisions, so gambling stays what it should be - a fun activity.

Set a time limit before you play

When you make a plan for how much time you can afford to spend gambling (and stick to it), you are more likely to stay within your set budget and not miss out on the other things you need to do.