Frequently Asked Questions

You can reset your password by clicking on the 'LogIn' button from the home page and then on 'Forgot Password'. Submit your Email and you will receive an email with a link to reset your password.

To change your email address, log in to your RSB account and go to the ‘My Account'.
If you forgot your account details, click 'LogIn' on our home page and then on 'Forgot Password'. Submit your Email and you will receive an email with a link to reset your password.
In case you don't have access to your registered email address, Contact Us.

To change your email address, log in to your RSB account and go to the ‘My Account'.You can change password at any time under Change password. Fill in the details and save changes.
The password should be hard to guess and you need to change it periodically. Please also make sure to keep your login details secret.

This means that you have already successfully registered with RSB. If you have misplaced or forgotten your login data, simply send our Customer Service team a message with your first and last name,your date of birth and the e-mail address you provided when registering with RSB.
Please state your reason for writing us in your Message so that our Customer Service team can get back to you quickly.

Registering at RSB lets you use all the products available on the site. Registration entitles you to open a RSB account at no charge and with no obligations. Use the account to manage your bets and personal details. You can Bet after registration. Register now!

Points to consider on how to keep login information secure:
-> Never share a computer account.
-> Never use the same password for more than one account.
-> Never tell anyone your password, even people who claim to be from customer service or security.
-> Never write down your password.
-> Never communicate a password by telephone, e-mail or instant messaging.
-> Be careful to log off before leaving a computer unattended.
-> Change passwords whenever there is suspicion they may have been Compromised.
-> Keep operating system passwords and application passwords different.