The Eldorado Resort Casino and its management team are committed to providing the best possible gaming entertainment experience.
We believe that this incorporates actively promoting responsible behavior among our customers. We recognize that, while a majority of our guests participate in gaming activities in a responsible and rational manner, there exist small percentages who do not. Compulsive and underage gambling are serious issues that counteract our goal of providing an enjoyable entertainment experience for all.
As a company, we have educated ourselves on the issue of problem gaming and will continue to update our team on the most recent developments in the identification and response to compulsive and underage gambling. We adhere to industry standards and regulatory requirements. We also have dedicated space on our gaming floor where guests can easily receive information on responsible gaming via print materials. To discourage and limit underage gaming, we have empowered any team member to ask for identification from any suspected minor, and if the individual is underage, we immediately remove him or her from the casino floor.
We also have implemented a "self-restriction" program that allows guests to request not to receive direct marketing materials from the Eldorado Resort Casino and/or to be denied gaming credit privileges. Forms to request self-restriction or self-exclusion are available by contacting the main casino cage.
The confidential Problem Gambling Help-Line at 1-877-770-STOP, can provide you with information on where to get assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you need additional resources, we encourage you take advantage of the resources offered by the following:
- The National Council on Problem Gambling
208 G Street NE Washington, DC 2002
National Help Line - 800.522.4700
- Gamblers Anonymous
International Service Office
PO Box 17173
Los Angeles, Ca 90017
- Gam-Anon International
Services Office, Inc.
PO Box 157
Whitestone, NY 11357-0157
- The Institute for Research on Pathological Gambling and Related Disorders at Harvard Medical School
- National Center for Responsible Gaming
- American Gaming Association
- Nevada Council on Problem Gaming