Games Room Rules

Keebbu general rules are to apply to all eventualities where the rules below do not apply. Unless specified all rules below relate to all games in the Games Room.
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the General Rules, the maximum winnings to any one customer or group/syndicate of customers (including games from the same source and/or customers with multiple accounts) is N500,000 (or currency equivalent) in any one day.
Once a game is confirmed by Keebbu, that game can not be amended or cancelled by the client. Keebbu reserves the right to cancel any game. If any game is disconnected for any reason after a amount is placed, the user has 10 extra seconds to reconnect in Don't Forget The Video when the client has already seen the question otherwise the game will be settled as a loser. A player can view the result of the game once it is concluded, in their History.
If a GoodyNation game is disconnected, the player’s game will continue automatically till the player reconnects.

Keebbu reserves the right to amend the odds of any game at any time.
games will not be confirmed if there are insufficient funds in your account.
Malfunction will void all pays and play.
Last updated 02/10/2017.


Our Commitment To Responsible Gaming

Keebbu is committed to Responsible gaming. We promote gaming as an enjoyable leisure activity and we believe that gaming can only remain this way if you stay in control and play game responsibly. However, we know that for some people gaming can stop being a harmless leisure activity and become a problem.
To assist you we offer a range of advice and account options to help you manage your gaming. These give you control of both the time and money you spend gaming.
- Advice on Staying in Control
- Deposit Limits
- Reality Checks
- Time-Out
- Self-Exclusion
Our customer service staff receive dedicated training on dealing with problem gaming issues and are available to listen and to support you in keeping control. If you would like to talk to someone here about problem gaming please Contact Us
There are also a number of independent problem gaming support services who offer a range of contact methods together with free and confidential advice.
If you are concerned about your gaming you can click here to complete our problem gaming self-assessment, this will help you consider whether you may have a problem.
If you are concerned about the gaming behaviour of a friend or family member, you can find more information here.


Stay In Control

Responsible gaming We believe that gaming should always be an enjoyable leisure activity. Remembering these simple tips can help make sure your gaming doesn’t become a problem.
1. gaming should be entertaining and not seen as a way of making money.
2. amount sensibly and never chase your losses.
3. Only play game what you can afford to lose. Use Deposit Limits to manage the amount of money you spend.
4. Monitor the amount of time you spend playing. Set up Reality Checks to remind you how long you have been logged into your account.
5. Balance gaming with other activities. If gaming is your only form of entertainment think about whether you are still having fun.
6. Take regular breaks from gaming. gaming continuously can cause you to lose track of time and perspective.


7. Don’t play game when under the influence of alcohol or when you’re upset or depressed.
8. Think about how much money you spend gaming. You can track your activity in your Online Account History.
9. If you need to talk to someone about problem gaming then Contact our customer service team or a problem gaming support service.


Recognise a Problem

Responsible gaming Whilst the vast majority of our customers enjoy gaming in a safe and responsible manner, for a small number of people gaming can have a harmful impact.
Answering the self-assessment below will help you consider whether you have a problem:
1. Do you play game to escape from a boring or unhappy life?
2. When gaming and you run out of money, do you feel lost and in despair and need to play game again as soon as possible?
3. Do you play game until your last penny is gone, even the fare home or the cost of a cup of tea?
4. Have you ever lied to cover up the amount of money or time you have spent gaming?
5. Have you lost interest in your family, friends or hobbies because of your gaming?
6. After losing, do you feel you must try and win back your losses as soon as possible?
7. Do arguments, frustrations or disappointments make you want to play game?
8. Do you feel depressed or even suicidal because of your gaming?
The more you answer ‘yes’ to these questions, the more likely you are to have a gaming problem. If you have answered ‘yes’ we recommend that you speak to someone about your answers, Contact our customer service team or a problem gaming support service.
We also recommend that you consider Self-Exclusion