How do I self-exclude?

You may request to voluntarily exclude access to your online account by signing up for the New Jersey Casino Gambling Self-Exclusion Program.
To set a self-exclusion on, go to My Account > Responsible Gaming > the Self-Exclusion tab. Please note that if you choose to self-exclude you will be restricted from accessing all online gambling sites in New Jersey.

Once in the Self-Exclusion tab, you will need to complete four separate steps: personal details, waiver and release, personal declaration, authentication and submission.

When processing an online request to self-exclude, you may exclude access to your account for a period of 1 or 5 years. During the time period selected, you will be unable to access or re-open your account or take part in any games on any Internet gaming sites in New Jersey.
If you need to withdraw money from your account, please contact a member of our Customer Service team for assistance.
If you choose to self-exclude, you will remain on the self-exclusion list until you appear in person at one of the two Division of Gaming Enforcement Offices. You must make this visit after the period of exclusion has expired. You may only choose a lifetime exclusion period by making your request in person at one of the Department of Gaming Enforcement offices.
To self-exclude in person, you can also visit one of the two Department of Gaming Enforcement offices in person at the following address:
Division of Gaming Enforcement
Arcade Building
Tennessee Ave and Boardwalk
Atlantic City, N.J. 08401

(Mon-Fri 8:00 am to 4:00 pm)
Or at:
Division of Gaming Enforcement
140 E. Front Street
Trenton, NJ

(Mon-Fri 8:30 am to 3:00 pm)
If you have questions about problem gambling or need help? Here are some useful resources:
Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey
National Council on Problem Gambling