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Maxamillion’s, Inc. strives for all guests to enjoy our facility, our video slots, and our amenities as safely as possible. We stand by our policy to create a responsible gaming atmosphere. We believe that many of our guests enjoy our video slots and other offerings responsibly, but we understand that some customers may not engage with our product safely and responsibly. 


Every Maxamillion’s, Inc. location require guests to be 21 years of age or older to gamble or to purchase and consume alcohol. Our staff is trained and certified to check every ID of each patron trying to enter our facilities. Our staff is authorized to deny entry and deny a guest the purchase of alcohol. We have a zero-tolerance policy for underage persons participating in gaming or drinking at our facilities.


To accommodate our customers who struggle to conduct gaming in a responsible manner, we are committed to our policy modeled after the American Gaming Association’s Code of Conduct for Responsible Gaming. The Code lists minimum standards that address problem gambling, underage gambling, improper use of alcohol, responsible marketing, and advertising, and the prevention of unattended minors.


Maxamillion’s, Inc. and its properties utilize many business practices to promote responsible gaming including employee training programs, proactive marketing, and advertising, and continuous monitoring to evaluate the effectiveness of these precautions.


In Illinois, you may refer to 1-800-GAMBLER or for more information on problem gambling and to pursue assistance if you or someone you may know are affected by this issue. Resources may be utilized below.

The National Council on Problem Gambling

730 11th Street, NW Suite 301, Washington, DC 20002


National Help Line


Gamblers Anonymous International Service 

PO Box 17173 Los Angeles, CA 90017


Gam-Anon International Services Office, Inc.

PO Box 157

Whitestone, NY 11357-0157


Cambridge Health Alliance Division on Addiction

National Center for Responsible Gaming

American Gaming Association



  1. Have you often gambled longer than you planned?

  2. Have you often gambled until your last dollar was gone?

  3. Do thoughts of gambling cause you to lose sleep?

  4. Have you used your income or savings to gamble while letting bills go unpaid?

  5. Have you made repeated, unsuccessful attempts to stop gambling?

  6. Have you broken the law or considered breaking the law to finance your gambling?

  7. Have you borrowed money to finance your gambling?

  8. Have you felt depressed or suicidal because of your gambling losses?

  9. Have you been remorseful after gambling? 

  10. Have you ever gambled to get money to meet your financial obligations?



Admit that you have a progressive issue that won't simply go away.


Understand that you are not alone and that there is support for this concern.


Consider Gamblers Anonymous or other programs designed specifically to remedy the behavior. These groups have effectively helped those that have committed to the programs.

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