New Jersey Puts Gambling Self Exclusion Form Online

Individuals that want to exclude themselves from New Jersey’s online casino sites can now fill out an exclusion form online at the state’s Division of Gaming Enforcement website. The state’s self-exclusion list for land-based casinos must still be filled out in person, however.

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement unveiled a new feature of their responsible gaming initiative which will allow individuals to voluntarily self-exclude themselves from online gambling in the state through an online form.

The new form is available at the division’s website at The Self-Exclusion Registration service is also accessible at

The website includes information on the voluntary program designed to help people with gambling problems limit their access to casinos and online play. The program includes identity verification procedures. Individuals can ask to be excluded for between one to five years.

Prior to the change, individuals were required to create an account on one of New Jersey’s authorized online gaming websites to apply or apply in person at a DGE office or a New Jersey racetrack. Brick-and-mortar casino self-exclusion registration still must be completed in person.

“The Division of Gaming Enforcement has one of the most comprehensive responsible gaming programs in the country. We strive to be innovative and remain at the forefront of Internet gaming regulation while giving individuals options to play online responsibly, or opt out if that is the right choice for them,” said Division of Gaming Enforcement Director David Rebuck.