For the majority of people, gaming is a harmless and entertaining pastime. If you’re concerned that your gaming is no longer fun and is at risk of becoming a problem, there are some simple steps you can take.

It’s good to talk: Talk to someone close that you trust – either a family member or a friend.

Take a breakHave a short break and clear your mind. It will help you make smarter decisions, so gambling stays what it should be – a fun activity. 

Know your limitsWhatever we do for fun, we all have to know our limits and gaming is no exception. Commit before you start playing by setting a limit on how much money and time you will spend. More importantly

Balance gambling with other types of leisure activities: Finding other types of entertainment to enjoy will help you to make sure that gambling doesn’t become your main activity or too big a part of your life.

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.

Temporarily suspending yourself: You can block yourself from entering Club V for a limited or unlimited time. During the suspension period, Club V has the right to stop you to enter the gaming area and deny providing any services. All of your benefits included in the membership program will be canceled from the self-suspension date. Whenever your self-suspension period ends, you will start your new membership frame as a P level from the date you come back. Club V commits not to send any related messages to you – Club V only sends you the message to inform you that you are suspended and the end of self-suspension (If the self-suspension has a limited period of time)

Know the facts

The good news is that luck isn’t against you.
Luck has nothing to do with whether you win or lose.
There’s no way to predict the outcome of the game — it’s completely random.
The simple truth is that the only thing you can count on is unpredictability.