Breakdown of the Grosvenor Casino Terms and Conditions

It might not be as thrilling as Game of Thrones. It might not even be as interesting as some of the stuff you read in school. But reading through the Grosvenor Casino terms and conditions can be really useful if you are considering setting up an account or betting at the casino. But, I am here to make sure you stay awake and make it through, taking in the important stuff as well. I have scoured the full Grosvenor Casino terms of service, accurate on the 20th July 2018, and have created the guide below, picking out some key points.

Contents of the User Agreement

There are 23 parts to the Grosvenor Casino terms and conditions. I have laid out the different sections below and have added a few clarifying comments myself. If you have any questions after reading this page, check out my full Grosvenor Casino review for more details about the operator. Otherwise, feel free to get in touch with me at contact@casinoreviews.co.uk. I will get back in touch as soon as I can. In the meantime, happy reading.

1. Introduction

2. Changes to Our Terms of Use

3. Opening an Account and Gambling with Us

4. Proof of Your Age and Identity

5. Geographical Restrictions

5.1 We only accept wagers or play from persons located in United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland and Gibraltar (the “Permitted Jurisdictions”). This list of Permitted Jurisdictions may be changed by us from time to time.

Comment: It is important to remember that you must actually be in the UK, Ireland, or Gibraltar, and not just a British or Irish citizen. All accounts and potential winnings will be voided if you break this condition.

6. Keeping Your Details up to Date

7. Your Use of Our Website

8. Placing a Wager

8.1 You must exercise your own judgment in placing a wager and you acknowledge that you have not relied on any statement or advice from us or our employees in deciding to place a wager.

Comment: It might seem like an obvious point, but in line with responsible gambling, all players need to be aware at all times that they are placing wagers with real money, and that refunds will not be given, no matter how much you regret placing a bet.

9. Deposits, Withdrawals and Bonusing

10. Closing Your Account and Inactive Accounts

11. Intellectual Property

12. Limitations of Liability

13. Errors

14. Self Exclusion and Responsible Gambling

14.1 If you wish to take an enforced break from gaming, you can request that we prevent you from accessing your account. If you choose to do this, it will be a minimum of six months before you may apply for reinstatement. You have the choice of selecting a self-exclusion period of up to at least 5 years.

Comment: It is reassuring to see that the operator is committed to responsible gambling. If you feel that it would be best, for whatever reason, to take a break from gambling, then it is a good idea to look into self-exclusion, which can really help you resist going back to gambling.

15. Fraud

16. Security

16.1 As part of our security measures, we may perform random security checks on your account and keep records of transactions and wagers. As part of these checks we may request from you additional documentation or information and we may terminate and/or suspend your registration and/or account and/or withhold payment to you if we do not receive such documentation within the time period we specify.

Comment: All casinos that operate for UK customers are subject to strict anti-fraud and money-laundering measures, so they may request that you provide ID at different times. You are required to provide these documents when asked, and your account might be closed if you don’t do so promptly.

17. Complaints

18. Software

19. Severability

20. Assignment

21. Rights of Other Parties

22. Law and Jurisdiction

23. Wifi Access and Usage