Responsible Gambling provides an overview of online casinos available in the state of New Jersey. While we want you to choose the best play and have fun, we are committed to making your gambling experience safe and encourage you to gamble responsibly.

Responsible gambling includes:

Detecting a gambling problem

Please note that the following gambling behavior shall be a concern:

If you or anyone you know has a gambling problem, call 1-800-GAMBLER.

Resources to seek help

Please stay aware of the risks that gambling might pose and get familiarized with the solutions that are offered by:

Council on Compulsive Gambling in New Jersey

National Council on Problem Gambling

Gamblers Anonymous

Division of Gaming Enforcement’s Self-Exclusion Program

Division of Mental Health and Addictions

Department of Human Services

Self-help resources

Gamblers Anonymous is a community of persons who share their experience in fighting gambling disorder;

Gam-Anon is a self-help organization for the spouse, family or close friends of compulsive gamblers;

GamTalk is a 24/7 moderated online peer support forum.

Voluntary self-exclusion programs

Please consider following the steps below in case you no longer stick to responsible gambling practices.

Residents of New Jersey can file a voluntary self-exclusion request with the State to ban themselves from online gambling.

There are four ways to register for the self-exclusion program:

New Jersey residents can visit the DGE’s webpage for up-to-date contact information;

Filling out a self-exclusion form and turning it in in-person at either the New Jersey Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement or the New Jersey Racing Commission during business hours;

Filing a request for a self-exclusion just from online gambling through the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement;

New Jersey residents can also file for self-exclusion for online gambling through their official online player account through its internal sign-up.

Underage gambling is prohibited is only intended for persons of the age of 21 or older.