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February 19, 2015
New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement Announces New Online Self-Exclusion Registration Option
Today the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement announced a new feature in their responsible gaming initiatives. Now individuals who seek to voluntarily self-exclude themselves from online gaming in New Jersey can do so from the Division’s website at www.njdge.org. The Self-Exclusion Registration service is also accessible at https://www.njportal.com/DGE/selfexclusion.

Previously, individuals who wanted to sign up for the online self-exclusion list were required to create an account on one of New Jersey’s authorized Internet gaming websites or apply in person at a Division of Gaming Enforcement office or a New Jersey racetrack. This new system permits citizens to sign up without having to travel or first go to an Internet gaming website. However, 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.

The Online Gaming Self-Exclusion Registration Service is a product of a partnership between the State of New Jersey and the New Jersey Information Division of NICUSA, Inc. New Jersey Information Division of NICUSA, Inc. is the official eGovernment partner of the State of New Jersey, helping New Jersey government entities web-enable their information services.

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