The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has announced that it has adopted regulations that make it easier for punters in the Garden State to self-exclude themselves from online casinos.
The new regulations allow players to self-exclude via the DGE's own website or through NJPortal.com. Punters who choose to self-exclude can do so by entering personal information and confirming their identity. Players are given the option to self exclude for 1 or 5 year terms. Players can also self-exclude at any casino in the state or through a New Jersey gambling office.
The new measure is much easier than old exclusion policies, which required players to open an account with an online casino and then self-exclude themselves through the site.