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Responsible Gambling

Online gambling is fun. For a vast majority of people this is true, but for a small minority, gambling can also be a problem.

At NJcasinoo.com, we’re fully committed to help you enjoy gambling in a fun and responsible way.

If you feel your gambling is or is about to become a problem – take action now!

How can I avoid developing a gambling problem?

Each jurisdiction have their own rules and recommendations around Responsible Gambling, below are some general tips to help you enjoy your gambling responsibly:

  • Set deposit limits
  • Review your gambling activity and transaction history every now and then
  • Take a break. You can set break periods from anything from 24 hours to several weeks with most operators
  • Self-exclude. Most operators and casinos have this function. If not, it’s probably not a serious operator. Gamble somewhere else.
  • Never gamble with money you can’t afford to loose
  • Set reality checks
  • Do a self test. If it shows signs of you developing a gambling addiction – stop playing.

What do I do if I have a gambling problem?

  • Take back control. Be honest to yourself and accept that you might have a problem. This is always the first step to combating an addiction or a problematic behaviour.
  • Ask for help. Below are links to some organizations dedicated to battling gambling addiction and gambling problems

Who should I contact if I have a gambling problem?

    • Gamblers Anonymous
    • Or call:
      • 1-800-GAMBLER (New Jersey only)
      • 1-888-LAST-BET (National Hotline)
      • 1-800-522-4700 (The National Council on Problem Gambling)

Self Exclusion in New Jersey

The State of New Jersey has a self exclusion program to allow problem gamblers to exclude themselves from casino gaming activities in New Jersey for one year, for five years, or for life.

To apply for the self-exclusion program, an individual must submit an application in person to the New Jersey Casino Control Commission at Tennessee Ave. and the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, or to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement at 140 E. Front St. in Trenton. More information on problem gambling and the self-exclusion process is available at the New Jersey Casino Control. There is also an online self exclusion application form at https://www.njportal.com/dge/selfexclusion but this is only for Internet gambling.