Sleeper is committed to maintaining a responsible and entertaining paid-entry contest experience for our users. We encourage users to make informed decisions about their play and enjoy Sleeper’s paid-entry contests in a controlled manner. Therefore, we encourage you to:

  • Consider your deposit, wager, and loss limits before you start playing

  • Do not participate in paid-entry contests if it interferes with your daily responsibilities

  • Do not participate in paid-entry contests if your primary goal is to recover losses

To assist users who may be susceptible to compulsive play in controlling their gameplay, Sleeper offers a self-exclusion option on the paid-entry contest features within the platform.

Self-exclusion

Users are able to exclude themselves from participating in paid-entry contests by emailing [email protected]. In your email, please include “Timeout Request” in the subject line. This self-exclusion will prevent you from participating in paid-entry contests within the platform, but will not impact your free-to-play gameplay experience nor your ability to make withdrawals from your Sleeper Wallet.

No minors

Sleeper verifies all accounts for age and eligibility under Under States’ guidelines. If minors under 18 years of age have access to your computer or mobile device, please consider adding parental controls to prevent access to Sleeper’s paid-entry contests. If a minor is found to be participating in paid-entry contests on Sleeper, the account that minor was using will be closed and withdrawals will be frozen, pending review from our Compliance team.

Resources

If you or someone you know has problems controlling participation in paid-entry contests, please utilize the resources below.

  • The National Council on Problem Gaming (NCPG) operates a 24-hour confidential toll-free helpline that you can reach by phone or text at 1-800-522-4700 or chat at ncpgambling.org/chat.

  • Gamtalk is a moderated online peer forum and supportive community helping people with compulsive gaming issues share their experiences and ideas.

  • HelpGuide offers additional information on compulsive gaming, including signs and symptoms and self-help tips.

Resources for outside the US

Please refer to the additional resources below for support outside of the US.

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