Article 6 of the Law on games of chance
The organising of games of chance has to be carried out in a socially responsible way, and directed towards the protection of minors, the prevention of addictive disorders in those participating in games of chance and the protection of the personal data of participants in games of chance.
Organisers are obliged to apply the prohibition of the participation of minors in games of chance in the most effective ways.
Prior to starting work, all employees of organisers that will have direct contact with participants in games of chance have to be trained for preventive action against addictive disorders in those participating in games of chance.
In the case of organising games of chance by means of electrical communication, employees of organisers are considered to have contact with participants (e.g. customer service) and thus the third paragraph of this article applies to them as well.
The organisers are obliged to display a poster – 100cm by 80cm – in the direct vicinity of the entrance door of the facility where games of chance are organised, on which is written appropriate text on the prevention of addictive disorders, as well as the contact information of the institution certified by the ministry in charge of health for the treatment of addiction to games of chance.
On every desk or counter used for registering participation in games of chance, there has to be a leaflet with the information defined in the fifth paragraph of this article.
Marketing and advertising of classic and special games of chance, including indirect mention of them, must include notification of the ban on the participation of minors in games of chance, alongside the appropriate text on the prevention of addictive disorders.
The provisions of the seventh paragraph of this article are not applied to the logo, stamp, trademark and mark of the organiser
Organisers are obliged to protect the personal data of participants in games of chance in the most effective way and in accordance with the applicable legal regulations.
The minister in charge of health prescribes the look and content of the notice referred to in the fifth paragraph of this article, as well as the notifications or warnings referred to in paragraph 7 of this article.