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Responsible Play

Health Millions should be enjoyed in a responsible way so that the game is always fun. Lottomatrix Operations Ltd, which provides Health Millions in partnership with The Health Lottery, is committed to ensuring that users stay in control so they can enjoy the game and only spend within their means.

Here are some of the ways that Lottomatrix helps you to bet responsibly:

Deposit limits - Set a maximum deposit so that you have control over how much you can add to your account. This will be found in the ‘Account Details' section of your account.

Temporary account suspension - You can take a break at any time. One option is a temporary suspension, where you can suspend access to your account for a predefined period of time – between 24 hours and one month.

The other option is self-exclusion, which will prevent you from accessing your account for even longer. The minimum period is six months.

Protection of minors - Lottomatrix does not allow underage players to take part in any of its games. Great care is taken with every new member to ensure they are at least 18 years old, with an age-verification system set up to protect minors.

Other Ways to Find Help

If you are considering self-exclusion, you may wish to register with GAMSTOP. This is a free service which gives you the chance to self-exclude from all the online gambling companies licensed in Great Britain.

GamCare is a provider of information and advice for people who have problems with gambling, while you can also contact Gamble Aware via their helpline. The National Gambling Helpline is 0800 8020 133.

Gamblers Anonymous is a group which brings people with gambling problems together to talk about their experiences. Participants share stories so that they can draw strength from each other and look forward to the future with hope. Confidential meetings are held around the country.

You may also wish to consider the following tips for how to stay in control and make sure your gambling does not develop into a greater concern.

Contact Us

If you have any queries about the issues on this page, or any other questions about Health Millions, contact us for assistance.