Play Sensibly

Playing at Dunder should be something fun and positive, don’t let it disrupt your everyday life or your personal finances. Whilst it can be easy to get carried away when money is involved, you might be on a lucky streak or maybe chasing losses, you should always view gambling as entertainment and not as a way to escape reality nor a way of earning money. On this page you will find ways to help you to play sensibly. If not for you, then for your family and friends.

How do I know if I play too much?

Gambling problems can manifest themselves in many ways and have different effects on your life. Below are a few questions to help you identify whether you have a gambling problem or not, or if you are running a risk of getting a gambling problem.

The answer alternatives and points are the following:

  • 0Never
  • 1Sometimes
  • 2Most of the time
  • 3Always

How often during the last twelve month

  • Have you played for more than you can afford?
  • Have you needed to play for larger amounts to get the same feeling of excitement?
  • Have you returned another day to try to win back the money you have lost?
  • Have you borrowed money or sold anything to get money to play with?
  • Have you had a problem because of your gambling?
  • Has gambling caused you any health problems, including stress and anxiety?
  • Has anyone criticised your gambling?
  • Has gambling caused you any financial problems for you or for your household?
  • Have you felt guilty about gambling or for what happens when you gamble?

Calculate your points and see what category you fall under:

  • 0 PointsNo gambling problem
  • 1-2 PointsLow risk
  • 2-7 PointsModerate risk
  • 8-27 PointsGambling problems

Are you worried that someone close to you is gambling too much?

Personal finances

If the person starts to borrow money more often without being able to pay back or has problems paying the bills, even with a good income. Gambling too much could be one of the reasons.


Money isn’t always a problem when it comes to gambling, a habit can be unhealthy in other ways as well. More and more time spent around gambling and prioritising games over other things in life.

Mood and behaviour

A change in personality can show that there’s something wrong. The person might become more easily irritated than usual or showing signs of depression or being low. It’s not uncommon that the person is isolating him or herself and starts to avoiding social activities.

The signs above might not always be because of a gambling problem, but they are still signs of a friend in need of help. Don’t hesitate to reach out!

Reduce the risk with limits

At Dunder you can set your own limits to reduce your risk.

We offer many ways to help you control your gaming. At Dunder you can set limits to control your deposits, losses, and the amount of time you spend playing. There are also ways to take a break from playing.


Deposit limits enable you to set a limit on the amount of money you deposit into your account for a given period.

Net Loss limits allow you to control the maximum amount of money you can lose over the selected period.

Session limits will limit the amount of time you can stay logged into your account.

You can set limits per day, week and month. If you remove or increase your limit there is a 24 hours period before the change takes effect. To remove your limit, please contact support.

Time out

If you would like to take a time out from playing, you can choose a period of 24 hours, 7 days or 30 days. Once your time out period has ended, you will be able to log in again. If you revoke your time out there is a 7 day period before the change takes effect. To revoke your time out, please contact support.


If you would like to lock your account, you can self-exclude yourself for a period. Once your self-exclusion period has ended your accounts are re-opened automatically.

Reality check

Reality check allows you to get a notification at a set interval to remind you how much time you’ve spent playing and what your profit was during that period.