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The smartest, most effective software in the world for blocking online gambling sites and apps

gamban® has been designed to block gambling – and nothing else.

NUSNUS is proud to announce a new partnership with Gamban – an app that helps users to block access to online gambling.BBC News'...blocking gambling from your devices is the only way to effectively self-exclude from gambling.'The Guardian'A vicious circle I couldn't break': the software helping tackle online bettingEGR Awardsgamban® Awarded EGR Software Rising Star

Block online gambling

from all your devices

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Robust

Whether it’s money or time you want to hang on to, even if willpower slips, gamban® doesn’t.

Non-intrusive

gamban® blocks gambling sites and ONLY gambling sites, making it the least intrusive option available.

Intelligence

Silent and effective syncing with gamban® cloud database.

Simple

Installation of gamban® takes a few minutes and can be installed by anyone.

Insight

The people behind gamban® know exactly how you feel because they’ve been there themselves

Device Compatibility

Windows
Vista, 7.0, 8.0, 10.0

Mac
OS X 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.12 (Sierra), 10.13 (High Sierra), 10.14 (Mojave)

Android
Marshmallow (6.0), Nougat (7.0), Oreo (8.0), Pie (9.0)

iOS
Version 10+

There is a simple way to help you take control and get your life or your business back on track by downloading the gamban® app for your mobile or installing our software on your device – fast, simple, safe.

The latest from gamban®

Self-exclusion and sustainability

Gamban is self-exclusion software. It was designed knowing that individual operator self-exclusion is meaningless when there are thousands of other sites you can sign up and play on. However, the general consensus is that layering multiple self-exclusion tools (specifically financial spend blocking, the self-exclusion register, and gambling-blocking software) protection is more effective.

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The silent epidemic made worse by shame and stigma

The fear of social isolation can keep victims of addiction from seeking treatment, as they suffer in silence instead of opening up about the issue. This inhibits long-term harm reduction efforts and damages the victim’s self-esteem and self-worth.

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