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Self test

What kind of player am I?

The questions in the self test can help you get an indication of whether your gaming is in the risk zone.

The test itself is in the form of a standardised PGSI test. We do not store the results. Please reply spontaneously by entering your answers on the scale: Never - Sometimes - Most of the time - Almost always.

When you answer the questions think about your situation during the last 12 months. Your first thought is often the most correct answer.

 

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Self test

Gaming problem

Your results indicate that you have a gaming problem. It affects your life in a number of negative ways, and you have trouble controlling your play. Your health, your finances, your relationships with loved ones are all areas likely to be adversely affected by your level of gaming.

No Risk

Gambling Problems

Please try asking yourself the following questions:

  • How important is gaming to me?
  • Can I talk to a friend or a family member about my gaming?
  • If I stop playing, what positive effects would it have on my life?
  • Asking for help or preventing yourself from gaming is an important next step, don't you agree?


Increased risk

Your results indicate an increased risk. If you think back over your playing history, you may identify some negative consequences of gaming.

No Risk

Gambling Problems

Please try asking yourself the following questions:

  • Do I have fun when I play?
  • Do I play within my means?
  • How important is gaming to me?
  • When would be a good time for me to take a longer break or stop playing completely?
  • Do I want to keep a better check on my playing?
  • What would it mean to you if you took a break or closed your gaming account?


Low risk

Your results include certain factors that could develop into a gaming problem if unchecked. Please reflect for a moment about how you play and what gaming means to you.

No Risk

Gambling Problems

Please try asking yourself the following questions:

  • Do I have fun when I play?
  • Am I able to take a week or a month's break from playing whenever I like?
  • Would I feel good if I spent a bit more time with my family, friends or doing a hobby?
  • Do I play within my means?
  • Using a tool to keep track of your gaming is a good idea, do you not agree?


No risk.

Good news! Your results indicate that you are in control of your gaming.

No Risk

Gambling Problems

Please try asking yourself the following questions:

  • Do I play within my income?
  • Do I play with my own money, or with borrowed money?
  • Thousands of players use the gaming tools to keep track of their play – maybe that could be something for you?


Self test

Have you bet more than you could really afford to lose?

Still thinking about the last 12 months, have you needed to gamble with larger amounts of money to get the same feeling of excitement?

When you gambled, did you go back another day to try to win back the money you lost?

Have you borrowed money or sold anything to get money to gamble?

Have you felt that you might have a problem with gambling?

Has gambling caused you any health problems, including stress or anxiety?

Have people criticized your betting or told you that you had a gambling problem, regardless of whether or not you thought it was true?

Has your gambling caused any financial problems for you or your household?

Have you felt guilty about the way you gamble or what happens when you gamble?

 

 


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