Published: April 4, 2022

FDJ presents "The rules of the player", its new preventive information campaign

Our tools to guide your gaming practice

FDJ helps you keep control of your gaming practices, by offering you: 

  • Tools for setting limits : On our sites and applications, you have the possibility, from your player account, to set your betting, payment and automatic transfer limits. You can also set alert limits for time spent playing on the FDJ and Parions Sport sites and applications.


  • Tools to assess your practice : Thanks to the Playscan tool, you can monitor your online gaming habits at any time, and assess the level of risk of your practice materialized by a colored dot, green (moderate risk), to red (high risk). The Evalujeu test allows you to carry out an in-depth diagnosis of your gambling behavior, or that of a loved one. 


  • Tools to abstain from gambling:  playing responsibly sometimes means not gambling. You can decide to temporarily self-exclude yourself from FDJ sites and applications. You can also ask to be banned from gambling by contacting the National Gaming Authority (ANJ)

 Find all our tools

FDJ committed to Responsible Gaming

Because gaming is our business, contribution to society our driving force and responsibility our commitment, FDJ has been working for more than twenty years to promote responsible gaming.

  • We pay particular attention to the prevention of underage gambling, by deploying preventive information campaigns, by training our 30,000 retailers, and by carrying out regular checks in all of our points of sale to verify compliance with the ban on the sale of gambling to minors.  
  • We prevent the risks associated with excessive gambling by controlling our gambling offer, by training retailers, and by offering a range of tools allowing players to keep control of their practice. 
  • We carry out actions to detect and support people in vulnerable situations , through our partnerships with hotlines and experts, as well as systems for early detection of vulnerable players.
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