Responsible Play Program

NOTE: Only persons over the age of 18 may purchase lottery products. It is the responsibility of online account holders to ensure minors do not access their accounts.

Tattersall's Sweeps Pty Ltd (Tatts), Golden Casket Lottery Corporation Limited (Golden Casket), New South Wales Lotteries Corporation Pty Ltd (NSW Lotteries), Tatts NT Lotteries (Tatts NT) and Tatts Lotteries SA Pty Ltd (SA Lotteries) (collectively referred to as the Lott) run world class lottery operations across multiple jurisdictions within Australia and are committed to Responsible Play throughout the states and territories in which we operate.

Tatts Lotteries' games are available through an extensive network of over 3,000 retailers, who are committed to providing games in a safe, secure and friendly environment and to providing the highest standards of customer care and responsible gambling via the Tatts Lotteries 'Have Fun and Play Responsibly' Responsible Play Program.

The Lott games are available through an extensive network of over 4,000 retailers, who are committed to providing games in a safe, secure and friendly environment and to providing the highest standards of customer care and responsible gambling via the 'Have Fun and Play Responsibly' Responsible Play Program.

For most people, playing lottery games is fun and entertaining. Lottery play is rarely associated with causing problem gambling. Notwithstanding this, Tatts Lotteries has developed Responsible Gambling Codes of Conduct for each state and territory in which we operate as the cornerstones to our Responsible Play Program.

For most people, playing lottery games is fun and entertaining. Lottery play is rarely associated with causing problem gambling. Notwithstanding this, the Lott has developed Responsible Gambling Codes of Conduct for each state and territory in which we operate as the cornerstones to our Responsible Play Program.

What is Responsible Gambling?

Responsible gambling occurs in a regulated environemnt where the potential for harm associated with gambling is minimised and people make informed decisions about their participation in gambling.

Responsible gambling occurs as a result of the collective actions and shared ownership by individuals, communities, the gambling industry and Givernemnt to achieve outcomes that are socially responsible and responsive to community concerns.

What is Problem Gambling?

Problem gambling exists when gambling activity results in a range of adverse consequences where: the safety and wellbeing of gambling customers and / or their families and friends are placed at risk; and / or negative impacts extend to the broader community.

Responsible Play Program

While it is acknowledged that lottery products present a low risk for problem gambling, Tatts has implemented a Responsible Play Program, which is designed to encourage responsible gambling. Tatts requires commitment from their retailers to providing games in a safe, secure and friendly environment for customers.

About the Program

    The Responsible Play Program has been developed to ensure compliance with relevant State and Territory legislation, best practice in service of lotteries and to ensure the playing of lotteries is enjoyable for our customers.

    All Tatts retailers and their staff must comply with the requirements of the 'Have Fun & Play Responsibly' Responsible Play Program, in particular, the Responsible Gambling Codes of Conduct applicable for each jurisdiction (the Codes).

Responsible Play Information

Gambling Assistance

Problem gambling exists when gambling activity results in a range of adverse consequences where: the safety and wellbeing of gambling customers and / or their families and friends are placed at risk; and / or negative impacts extend to the broader community.

Playing lotteries should always be fun and so Tatts encourages you to set yourself a gambling limit according to your personal circumstances. If playing lotteries stops being fun you should seek help.

Counselling Services

    Gamblers Help

    If you want to talk to someone who can help with information, counselling and referral, call Gambling Help on 1800 858 858 or visit www.gamblinghelponline.org.au. Hearing impaired callers can contact the Gambling Helpline via the National Relay Service. Counsellors are available at any time, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You don't have to give your name. Interpreter services are available for non-English speakers.p>

    Tatts

    Contact Tstts on 1300 138 132 (during extended business hours) and ask to speak to a Responsible Play Liaison Officer (for all states except the ACT). On request the Responsible Play Liaison Officers can provide contact details of gambling related support services and remove you from the Player's Card program by deactivating your card and or stop promotional letters from being personally mailed to you.

    Gambling Contact Officer

    Call 1300 88 22 96 (during office hours) to speak to the Gambling Contact Officer if you are from the ACT.

    To assist with managing your gambling, why don't you take a test on the level of your activity to assess your involvement with this Gambling Survey.

    Local Support

    To find local help in your area, please select your state or territory below.

    Victoria

    Northern Territory 

    Tasmania

Spend Limit

    Tatts also offers customers the ability to set a weekly limit for online purchases. Go to your account page for details on how to set up a play limit. We also encourage you to personally set a play limit according to your individual circumstances for retail purchases.

Self Exclusion

    If you are a Tatts online player and would like to exclude yourself from playing on the internet because you think you may have a gambling problem, please telephone 1300 138 132 and ask to speak to a Responsible Play Liaison Officer. Alternatively you can self-exclude immediately online by following the online self-exclusion process. Please note that your Tatts Online account will be suspended for a 180 day minimum if you choose to self-exclude.

Self Management Tools

    Gambling Help Online is a great online resource for help referral, online counselling and self management tools, such as below.

    Gambling Calculator

    Ever wondered how much you really spend on gambling? By the time gambling has become a problem it has often impacted on several areas of a person’s life. The Gambling Help Online Calculator can give you a better picture of how gambling affects your life over a year.

    View Calculator

    Risk Assessment

    The Gambling Help Online Risk Assessment is known as the Problem Gambling Severity Index (PGSI). The PGSI is a reliable and standardised measure of at risk behaviour in problem gambling. It is a tool based on research on the common signs and consequences of problematic gambling.

    Take the test now and find out your profile.

    Talkward 

    Gambling Help NSW is aware that starting a conversation about problem gambling can be awkward and uncomfortable for everyone involved. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Talkward is a simple, less intimidating way to start this important conversation. Don’t let feeling awkward stop you. Step up and get it done, today.

    Start Creating

Gambling Help - Stay on Track App

    Do you enjoy gambling products, but sometimes lose track of your spend? Stay on Track is a mobile phone application that makes it easy to set a gambling budget and stick to it.

    Download 

Players 1st
Players 1st is a program developed to ensure the right prize goes to the right person. If you need help because you are concerned with a way in which a lottery transaction has been handled, call our Players 1st Hotline on 1300 752 937 immediately or click here to learn more about Players 1st.