|Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has considered as a decisive philosophy and an approach that influences not only employees’ attitude but also customers’ attitude. However, it seems that the influence of CSR can be more specified from the perspective of casino visitors by additionally considering compulsory and supplementary responsible gambling (RG) strategies. To this end, current study conducts a survey of casino visitors in South Korea and identifies relationships among their perceptions of CSR and RG strategy, customer trust, and behavioral intention. The results of this research reveal that ethical, philanthropic, and economic CSR have positive effects on customer trust, whereas compulsory RG and philanthropic CSR directly affect behavioral intention. Furthermore, it appears that trust positively influences behavioral intention. Based on these findings, current research offers practical implications when implementing CSR and RG strategies for casino visitors.