Playing at Scatters should be fun and enjoyable. Our mission is to entertain you but we understand the potential risks of problem gambling. We have provided below some ways to make sure your gambling is within controllable limits along with suggesting some places to go to if you need help.

Here are some tips:

  • Jobs are for making money, but gambling is for entertainment. Treat it as an entertainment expense.
  • Only gamble with money you can afford to lose.
  • Know your limits and be clear about them before you start betting.
  • Take a break. Gambling continuously without taking a break will impact your judgment.
  • Don’t gamble when you’re upset or depressed. Talk to a friend or family or get in touch with a Help Organization 
  • Do other stuff. Sometimes less is more, so make gambling a part of a well-balanced lifestyle.
  • Don’t go chasing losses. Set your limits, and stay in control.



Since at Scatters we believe that your ability to play safely is very important, we have tools that are there for you to use if you feel the need to have a break.

In the Limits Section of your account you will find:

Deposit Limits

This will limit the amount you can deposit during a certain period. Once you have reached this sum you will not be able to make any new deposits until your limit is reset.

Wager Limits

This will limit the total amount you can bet during a certain period. When you have reached these sums, you will not be able to place any new bets until your limit is reset.

Take a Break

You may feel in control but would like a break to consider your gambling, or maybe you are in the middle of a busy time and don’t want to spend time or energy on gambling. If this is the case, taking a break may help you. It will not be possible to reopen your account once in effect until the duration of the break has lapsed. 


Should you be unable to control your gambling and decide to make a much longer break or even permanent, then it is possible to self-exclude. Choosing to self-exclude will mean that it will not be possible to reopen your account once in effect for a period of six months by clicking here

Permanent Self-Exclusion

If your gambling has become a problem, or if friends and family have expressed concern, we recommend contacting us to request a Permanent self-exclusion please contact us via live chat or email [email protected]

Further Self Exclusion options can be found by visiting the Kahnawáke Gaming Commission



If you are not sure about your gambling activity please feel free to conduct the GamCare Self-Assessment Test by clicking here

The assessment consists of statements to evaluate and give a score on a scale of 1-10 according to how much they apply to you. The result will provide you with a breakdown of how gambling is affecting your life and will give you personalised recommendations for your next steps.



Responsible Gambling Council

The Responsible Gambling Council (RGC) is a respected, independent non-profit organization. We have been a leader in the prevention of problem gambling in Canada and globally for 40 years.

QuitGamble is an online platform developed to help people with gambling problems stop gambling. As a member, you get 24/7 access via desktop or mobile app to:

  • Social Network for Problem Gamblers
  • Animated Video Courses
  • Advanced Guides
  • Chat, forums, & Emails

QuitGamble helps you understand why you gamble. Then, you can work with the underlying causes of the addiction instead of just trying to stay away. If you need help with your gambling, QuitGamble can be an alternative.



Many banks, fintech banks and e-wallet providers across Europe now offer gambling blocks that allow their customers to block gambling transactions on their accounts. If you want to implement these, your bank should explain how to do this, or could even do it for you. Please be aware that these blocks are not permanent, they can be switched on and off with varying delays, so it’s also a good idea to have other support in place if you want to stop gambling completely.

Some banks may also allow you to set a spending limit for a single debit card transaction, or temporarily freeze your card if you feel like your spending is getting out of control. This will vary from bank to bank so check what protections your bank can put in place for you.

Another way of taking some time away from online gambling is to put a “blocker” on your device, well-known ones are Gamblock or Betblocker.

Please note that Starscream takes no responsibility for the performance or quality of the software suggested on this page that is not supplied by ourselves.



It is illegal for anybody under the age of 18 to open an account or gamble with Scatters. Any minor who attempts to open an account with us or anyone who assists an underage person to open an account with us breaches our General Terms & Conditions.

Anyone under the age of 18 found using this site will have winnings forfeited and the account will be closed with immediate effect.

We also advise that you familiarise yourself with the built-in parental tools on your Mobile/Tablet/PC/TV devices. Such software can be obtained at

Limit the amount of time your children spend online.

You can also help protect minors by doing the following:

  • Do not share your login details with anyone.
  • Do not enable the ‘remember password’ function on the log-in screens.
  • Do not share your credit card or bank account details with minors.



All in for Safer Gambling