How do I place myself on the Self-Exclusion List for Atlantic City casino facilities, which includes Internet gaming activities or for Internet gaming activities only?
There are three options for the New Jersey Casino Self-Exclusion Program which includes self-exclusion from Atlantic City casino facilities, including Internet gaming activities or for Internet gaming only.
Option 1: In Person - Self-exclusion from all casino gaming activities located in Atlantic City casinos AND from all Internet (online) gambling sites. Minimum self-exclusion periods are one year, five years or lifetime.
Option 2: In Person - Self-exclusion from all Internet gaming activities. Minimum self-exclusion periods are one year, five years or lifetime.
You may submit an application in person to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement at either of the following locations:
Tennessee Ave. and Boardwalk
Atlantic City, N.J. 08401
140 E. Front Street
You may also submit an application in person by visiting the offices of the New Jersey Racing Commission during business hours. For locations and instructions, review the Racing Commission's Self Exclusion List Application & Instructions.
50 Route 120
East Rutherford, NJ 07073
175 Oceanport Ave.
Oceanport, NJ 07757
Route 9 & Business Route 33
Freehold, NJ 07728
|New Jersey Racing Commission
140 E. Front Street
Trenton, NJ 08625
When you file the form, you will be required to provide picture identification and you will be photographed.
Option 3: Online Player Account - Self-exclusion from all Internet gaming activities with signup through your online player account. Minimum self-exclusion periods are one year or five years.
If you or anyone you know has a gambling problem, call 1-800-GAMBLER.
For some people, a visit to a casino is fun. They try their luck, wager responsibly, have a good time and understand that gambling is a form of entertainment. They enjoy the excitement of the casino, the fine restaurants, the shows and the other amenities found in casino hotels.
For a small number of people, however, gambling isn't fun. Problem gambling includes what is often called compulsive gambling and pathological gambling. It refers to a condition where people are, to some degree, addicted to gambling. While the results of a gambling addiction can be devastating, there is help available for those people who need it.
New Jersey provides funding for education and treatment programs for people with a gambling problem.
For information about these programs, you can contact the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, which operates a hotline that people with a gambling problem can call for help, or you may contact the National Center for Responsible Gambling.
There are more than 45 Gamblers Anonymous meetings in New Jersey every week. If you or someone you know wants to find the nearest meeting, the time, day and location of each is available either through Gamblers Anonymous or the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey.