The Operator is committed to doing everything possible to give its Customers an enjoyable gaming experience, whilst recognising that gambling can cause problems for a minority of individuals. To ensure that you continue to enjoy safe and manageable play we fully support Responsible Gaming and have numerous measures in place to offer checks.
Click here for more information about how to gamble responsibly. Further information is also available at https://www.gamingcommission.be/opencms/opencms/jhksweb_en/protection/index.html.
1. Gambling Self-Assessment and Help Organisations
For assistance in identifying whether to modify or seek help for your gambling behaviour, we suggest you complete the NODS Self-Assessment in order to more impartially assess and better understand your current levels of play. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem we advise you to consider assistance from one of these recognised organisations:
2. Excluded Persons Information System (EPIS)
The Excluded Persons Information System (EPIS) is a register containing the details of all Belgian citizens who have either voluntarily excluded themselves or who are prohibited by court order from participating in gambling activities. In addition, an interested third party (e.g. the partner) can submit a request for exclusion. Check for more information at https://www.gamingcommission.be/opencms/opencms/jhksweb_en/protection/forbid/3rd/. The register is managed by the Belgian Gaming Commission.
Any details we request from you are purely to verify your identity – this is a legal requirement for both yours and our protection. If you have any questions about our identity checks, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time.
Click here for more information about EPIS and to access the registration form. For details about the exclusion options available at Betway, please view section 'Exclusion' below.
3. Identity Checks
We take stringent steps to ensure that only people of legal age participate. Such checks include requesting the Customer to submit a copy of a photographic identification document (such as a driver's licence, a passport or a government issued identity card), in order to verify both age and identity.
The legal age for gaming online in Belgium is:
Any personal details we request from you are purely to verify your identity – this is a legal requirement for both your own and our protection. If you have any questions about our identity checks, please do not hesitate to contact Customer Service at any time.
4. Protection of Minors
With the Internet so readily accessible via mobile devices and in homes around the world, responsible online gambling relies heavily on responsible parenting. In order to ensure child safety on the Net, The Operator encourages its Customers to make use of filtering software to prevent minors from accessing inappropriate online material. Underage gambling is not only illegal, but can also result in gambling dependencies and huge gambling debts incurred by unsupervised children.
Tips for Parents:
So, if You share your mobile phone, tablet, laptop or computer with friends or family who are under the legal age to participate in online gambling, the Operator advocates You restrict their access to Our website by registering with Net Nanny, a world leader in real-time Internet filtering technology.
5. How to Stay in Control of your Gambling
The Operator encourages each of its Customers to actively participate in the management of their gaming account and makes available a variety of responsible gaming features.
5.1 Set Deposit Limits
Responsible Gambling is important that is why the Belgian Government has requested that all customers have a rolling weekly deposit limit set to a maximum of €500.
You have the ability to set your own preferred deposit limits. Deposit limits can be set for the following rolling periods:
At your request, deposit limits may be decreased or increased. An increase of a deposit limit up to €500 weekly will take effect after 72 hours, whilst a decrease in deposit limits will be instantly applied. If you would like to set or adjust a deposit limit, please log in and go to Responsible Gambling in your account, or you can contact Customer Service for assistance.
5.2 Stop Gambling – Exclusion
Upon the realisation that you are no longer in control of your gambling or finances, the following Exclusion options are available:
The Operator understands that a Customer’s personal/financial circumstances may change and that there will be times when it makes sense to take a break from gambling (perhaps to save for a new car, a holiday or simply when travelling).
Customers can request a temporary self-exclusion for a period of minimum 6 months.
Please contact Customer Service at any time and ask for a temporary self-exclusion period to be applied to your account. Upon receipt of your request, the Operator will take the necessary measures to temporarily suspend your account until the requested period has expired.
NOTE: Upon the temporary self-exclusion period expiring, your account will not be automatically re-activated. Please request the removal of the temporary self-exclusion via Customer Service.
In the case of permanent exclusion you will be required to contact the Belgian Gaming Commission who will register your details on EPIS. Click here to complete the self-exclusion form. Upon your account reaching “self-excluded” status, we will contact you with a view to returning any remaining funds held in the account balance. A minimum refund valuable of €10 applies.
Please also contact Customer Service the instant you realise that gambling has become problematic for you and ask for your account to be locked whilst you contact the Belgian Gaming Commission. Upon receipt of your request, the Operator will take the necessary measures to block your access to the Betway website.
The account may only be considered for re-activation by the Belgian Gaming Commission following an Exclusion period of at least 3 months and upon your own request and will only come into effect after a 24 hour Cooling-Off period has been instituted. Further information is available at https://www.gamingcommission.be/opencms/opencms/jhksweb_en/protection/forbid/free/index.html
5.4 Activity Statement
Information relating to each of your gaming sessions with the Operator can be viewed for up to 30 days. The information includes the start date and time of your gaming session plus its duration.
Further information regarding your activity can also be viewed for a period of at least 90 days. The information includes details about your account balance, gambling history (including bet amounts, winnings and losses), deposits, withdrawals and other related transactions.
Last updated: 15/06/2021.