Most experts agree that there currently is no reliable way to identify a problem gambler just by looking at them; however, it is important for each patron to know some warning signs. These warning signs include, but are not limited to:
If you, or someone you know, experiences these or similar signs related to gambling, please call the Singapore national problem gambling helpline for confidential assistance at 1800-6-668-668 or visit www.knowtheline.sg for more information.
Answer these three easy questions to determine whether you might have a gambling-related problem.
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you might have a gambling-related problem. For confidential assistance, please call the Singapore national problem gambling helpline at 1800-6-668-668 or www.knowtheline.sg for more information.
The Marina Bay Sands will enforce an entry levy for all Singapore citizens and permanent residents seeking admission to the casino. The entry levy shall be set at S$100 for 24 consecutive hours and S$2,000 for a one-year period.
Some people would like to stop gambling, but have difficulty doing so. The Singapore Government and Marina Bay Sands support a casino exclusion programme that might help. With this programme, exclusion from casinos can take on one of three forms:
A self limit programme is available in our casino.This is a voluntary programme that allows a patron to set-up an account at the casino cage and fund it up to an amount the patron establishes as his/her self limit. The patron can ensure that he/she does not exceed that self limit by limiting his/her bets to money withdrawn from the account and the amount won during play. The patron must wait 24 hours before changing his/her self limit.
If you would like more information on any of the forms of exclusion mentioned above, go to www.knowtheline.sg.