Persons under 21 years of age are not allowed to gamble on remote gambling a category devices. Persons under 18 years of age are not allowed to gamble. warning: irresponsible gambling can become a serious addiction



Gambling is a form of leisure that can provide not only positive emotions, so the most crucial part of gambling is responsible gaming. Before placing any bets, it is essential to assess whether the wager is made with disposable, leisure-specific funds.

Gambling irresponsibly can become a significant and challenging problem, leading to addiction. Individuals may lose all their financial resources, assets, accumulate debts, and negatively impact both their lives and the lives of those around them.


"Top Sport" strictly verifies the identity of all customers, including age. Individuals under 18 years of age are prohibited from participating in gambling activities. If you suspect that someone under 18 is involved in gambling, please contact us so that we can take appropriate action.


It is recommended for every gambler to take a gambling addiction test. Even if a gambler believes the situation is under control, addiction can unexpectedly take hold. The test assesses the level of gambling addiction, provides advice on self-help, and suggests ways to seek professional assistance.

Gambling Addiction Test


If gambling consumes a significant portion of your time, a larger portion of your budget is allocated to it than necessary for basic needs, and you continue to gamble despite potential consequences, you may be a problem gambler.

Dependency on gambling is also known as compulsive gambling or ludomania. In these cases, individuals cannot control the impulse to gamble, even when they realize it causes suffering for themselves or their loved ones. The consequences of problem gambling can affect professional activities, family situations, and mental health.

Irresponsible gambling can lead to anxiety, despair, apathy, anger, financial problems, debts, strained relationships, unsuccessful attempts to stop compulsive gambling, and negative emotions that may lead to depression or psychosomatic disorders such as chest pain, increased pressure, and respiratory and digestive issues.


When starting to play casino games or placing bets on sports, it is crucial to maintain moderation and not succumb to overwhelming emotions, as impulsive decisions can be made. In both winning and losing situations, a player must remain calm to avoid losing all available funds. It is not recommended to view gambling as an opportunity to earn extra money.

For those engaging in gambling, it is recommended to set:

  • A limit on the amount of money a player can afford to lose over a specific period, e.g., a month, week, or day. The money allocated for gambling should not constitute a significant part of expenses and should not impact daily life.
  • A time limit for spending on gambling websites. Setting a time limit protects the player from continuous gambling, which can lead to addiction.


One of the best ways to reduce the risk of problem gambling is to set limits on the player's account. These limits prevent players from exceeding established boundaries, and reaching the limit prohibits further gambling.

Player limits may:

  1. Restrict the maximum amount of money a player can bet over a specific period or during one uninterrupted gambling session.
  2. Limit the maximum amount for a single bet.
  3. Set a time limit for a single gambling session, during which the player must stop participating in online gambling.

To set account limits, contact:


Seeking help is never too late. Assistance is available to anyone suffering from gambling addiction. Helping oneself and others who are affected by gambling addiction is always possible.

You can seek help from

Gambling Supervision Service
UkmergÄ—s St. 222, Vilnius
(8-5) 233 62 46

Anonymous Gamblers

Consultations on Responsible Gambling

Opportunity to join the Register of Self-Limited Persons

Opportunity to join the Register of Self-Limited Persons