NOTE: THIS WEBSITE AND THE SERVICES PROVIDED HEREIN DO NOT OFFER “REAL MONEY GAMBLING” OR AN OPPORTUNITY TO WIN REAL MONEY OR PRIZES BASED ON THE OUTCOME OF PLAY.
Hobigames is intended for those 18 and older for amusement purposes only and does not offer ‘real money’ gambling, or an opportunity to win real money or real prizes based on game play. Playing or success in this game does not imply future success at ‘real money’ gambling.
Hobigames does not require payment to access and play, but it also allows you to purchase virtual items with real money inside the game. You can disable in-app purchases in your device’s settings.
You may require an internet connection to play Hobigames and access its social features. You can also find more information about the functionality, compatibility and interoperability of Hobigames in the above description.
Each and every one of our games is designed for entertainment purposes only:
While some of our games may host a casino-theme style, none of them are real casino games. There is no real gambling, betting, or laying odds or real money in any of our games.
We want all of our players to play responsibly and feel protected in a safe and enjoyable in-app experience.
All of our coins, chips, other currencies, and other virtual items have no actual monetary value. Strictly created for the in-game environment, no balance can be transferred, cashed out, or sold for money in the real world.
Coins, chips, and other virtual currency that may be purchased are only available to improve your gaming experience, for level advancement, and for your enjoyment while engaging with our games.
There are infinite ways to play responsibly…
Take notice of behavioral patterns that are characterized by the following:
A consistent escalation of playtime hours despite the occurrence of negative consequences surrounding the player
It’s important to note that for a gaming disorder to be diagnosed, the behavior pattern must be of sufficient severity while resulting in significant impairment of personal, family, social, educational, occupational, or other important areas of functioning, and should normally have been evident for at least 12 months.
What should you do if you or someone you know may have a Video Game Behavior Disorder?
Get help! Seek attention from a qualified medical professional
If you have any questions, or need a break from playing any of our games, please don’t hesitate to contact Customer Support. We’re here for you!