Paf’s Yearly Limit
Every player that plays at Paf is automatically covered by our Yearly Limit. This limit means that no player can deposit €30,000 more than they withdraw in a player year.
Note: Winnings affect the available funds – a player can play their full winnings plus €30,000 of deposits before the Yearly Limit is reached.
- What is a ‘player year’?
A player year lasts exactly 12 months and starts from the date when a player is registered with Paf. For example, if you signed up on January 22, 2015, your player year is always the period between January 22 and January 21 in all the following years.
- What happens if I reach the Yearly Limit?
If you reach the €30,000 Yearly Limit, you will not be able to deposit more money into your gaming account. This barrier will apply until the end of your player year, at which point you start from zero again.
- What happens if I have money in my gaming account when I reach the Yearly Limit?
The Yearly Limit does not affect the money you already have in your gaming account. It’s your money and you can do whatever you want with it – continue to play or withdraw it. If you withdraw money from your gaming account the amount left to your Yearly Limit will be adjusted by the amount you take out (see the examples above).
- What happens if I have ongoing games when I reach the Yearly Limit?
The Yearly Limit does not affect your ongoing games in any way. If you win, the money is paid into your gaming account as usual and you can choose to do whatever you want with the money.
Our Helpdesk will be happy to assist you if you have further questions.