Responsible Gaming

Day At The Track ("DATT") is concerned and commitment to assisting our Account Wagering Clients with responsible wagering. We will provide the following solutions to meet our objectives.

Activity Monitoring

DATT's web based tools allow it to maintain a real time update on Accounts and their activities. Alerts will be assigned to bring attention to potential issues for management.

Employee Training

DATT will provide background training on the systems and procedures to its staff. Since DATT is only accepting wagering via the Internet it will rely on its web based monitoring tools.

Organization Recommendations

DATT will continue to update and maintain links to the proper organizations should a client require additional information.

What Is The National Council On Problem Gambling? (

The organization was founded in 1972 by Msgr. Joseph A. Dunne and Dr. Robert Custer, among others. From the outset the Council established two principles that remain in effect today: that the organization would be the advocate for problem gamblers and their families, and that it would remain take no position for or against legalized gambling. This stance is encompassed today in our vision and mission statements. The Council administers several nationwide programs, including a 24-hour confidential helpline.

Signs And How To Notice A Gambling Issue

An individual with a problem gambling can usually keep this issue a secret for some time; prior to it being detected. There are many ways to notice an individual with potential issues:

  • - Using debt as the funds to wager.
  • - Lose interest in family and friends
  • - Used as a means to not deal with personal issues.
  • - Lying about ones activities and events.
  • - Liquidation of assets to fund gaming activities.
  • - Gambling can cause additional emotional problems ranging from depression to attempted suicide.
  • - Over extending oneself financially to "make-up" for lost wagers.

To find out more about the National Council on Problem Gambling call 1-800-522-4700 or visit their website at

New York Resident Problem Gambling Resources

New York residents can voluntarily add their names directly to the states self exclusion list by clicking on the below link and following the instructions.

NYS Gaming Commission: Responsible Gaming

NY Resident Voluntary Self-Exclusion Form

NY State
Problem Gambling
Resource Centers