Self-imposed deposit limits: instructions and information

Limiting the amount you deposit weekly lets you enjoy our games responsibly and manage how much money you spend while playing.

How do self-imposed deposit limits work?

The self-imposed deposit limit is accumulative. The limit will consider any transactions you've made in the last 7 days.  For example:

  • If you deposited €10 within the last 7 days, you would be €10 into your new limit.

If you're temporarily unable to make a deposit, you've likely reached your limit, and you'll have to wait until the limit resets before making another transaction.

To see details of the transactions you've made during the last seven days, go to the Cashier and select 'History'.

If you haven't set any self-imposed deposit limits, you may have reached the maximum deposit limit for the payment method you're trying to use.

How do I set up a deposit limit?

To apply a self-imposed limit to your account, follow the steps below depending on the platform you're using:

  1. Tools
  2. Responsible Gaming
  3. Restrict Deposit Limit

For a step-by-step instructional video, hit the play button below:

Mobile App
  1. Account
  2. Responsible Gaming Settings
  3. Restrict Deposit Limit

For a step-by-step instructional video, hit the play button below:

To access this via our website, use the button below:
Setting Deposit Limits

The self-imposed deposit limit applies to both real money and Play Money features and payment methods.

How do I increase, lower or remove the limit?

If you want to increase or lower your weekly deposit limit, you can do so once the current limit expires. As part of our company policy, weekly limits run for seven days and can only be changed once these 7 days have passed.

Follow the path above and enter a new increased or lowered limit, or select 'Remove Limit'. The limit will be approved directly once the 7 days are over. Lowering the limit will take effect immediately.

Can I reverse a deposit limit?

No. When a self-imposed deposit limit is applied, it can't be reversed or changed until the limitation period has expired. Once this period has passed, you can change the limit by entering a new one under the 'Responsible Gaming' section on your account. 


What's the difference between a regulatory and a self-imposed deposit limit?

The self-imposed deposit limit is the one you've set up yourself. The regulatory limit corresponds to the deposit limit requirements that some countries or jurisdictions define. You'll only be able to deposit less than the limits established by regulations and the personal limit you've set up.

What's the difference between a buy-in limit and a deposit limit?

The deposit limit affects how much you can deposit.

The buy-in limit affects your capability to register in tournaments and participate in cash games. Players can use a buy-in limit to set the maximum amount that they can spend weekly at tables. This limit includes all cash game and tournament buy-ins,re-buys, and add-ons. Once you have reached this limit, you will be unable to join any games or register into tournaments even if you have funds available in your account.


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