Compliance Statement is one of the UK’s leading gambling comparison sites and, for the sake of our customers and partners, we would like to underline our commitment to compliance with ASA and the UK Gambling Commission regulations. 

This page outlines our commitment to all applicable laws, regulations, codes of practice and guidelines, including: 

In order to maintain our commitment to the above guidance, monitors the inclusion of significant terms and conditions in regards to casino promotions and offers.

Significant Terms and Conditions 

At we work tirelessly to ensure that any offers and promotions available through our site are clear and accurate, giving you the most relevant information possible.

Examples of terms and conditions we consider in order to remain as transparent as possible include: 

  • Key details of the bonus
  • Deposit and wagering requirements 
  • Valid deposit methods 
  • Length of time the bonus is valid for
  • Withdrawal limits 

As standard, each offer and promotion available via the site includes the following: “18+. Full T&Cs apply. Please gamble responsibly.” 

These controls ensure that can always maintain the regulatory requirements set by the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) which state that all significant terms are at most one click away for the user.

Third-Party Promotions 

We do NOT run any paid advertising or promotions on behalf of our affiliate partners. We have strong relationships with casinos that allows us to present customers with the best bonuses and promotions available today, but that does not extend to extra advertising undertaken for our partners. 

As such, does NOT engage in any of the following kinds of promotions or marketing channels: 

  • SMS marketing
  • Pop-unders 
  • Push notifications 

Responsible Gambling 

We at take responsible gambling very seriously and have long been advocates for ensuring the safety of players. Our extensive responsible gambling guide gives advice to players to help them recognise unhealthy behaviour, tips on how to tackle it and guidance on what to do if they know someone who is a problem gambler. 

Further information for charities and organisations dedicated to helping those affected by gambling, such as Gamcare, Gamblers Anonymous and The Responsible Gambling Trust, is also provided in the guide. 

We also have links to Gamble Aware,, GAMSTOP and the UK Gambling Commission in the footer of every page.

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Last updated:
6th August 2020
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