Caesars Sportsbook customers are able to temporarily suspend their account or self-exclude from further gaming for if they have developed gambling-related problems or feel at risk of developing gambling-related problems. You can temporarily suspend your account for any period from 3 to 180 days. Self-exclusion will ban you from any New Jersey licensed Internet gaming for a duration of 1 or 5 years and cannot be revoked. Any person requesting temporary suspension or placement on the Internet self-exclusion list shall submit his or her request through their Internet gaming account. Once your account is created, log in and go to My Account and select the “Responsible Gaming” option. A permanent self-exclusion can only be filed in person at the offices of the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.
You should be aware that casino companies might enact responsible gaming programs that are stricter than New Jersey's Self-Exclusion program for both land-based and Internet gaming. By way of example certain Atlantic City casinos may enact a Responsible Gaming Program in which persons signing up for state self-exclusion lists are banned from the organization's properties worldwide for the length of their state self-exclusion terms. Such ban could include its gaming, hotel and entertainment venues. ACCORDINGLY, YOU SHOULD BE AWARE THAT A CASINO, ONLINE OPERATOR OR SPORTSBOOK MAY, AS A CONSEQUENCE OF YOUR SIGNING UP FOR INTERNET SELF-EXCLUSION, BAN YOU FROM ALL OF ITS LAND BASED PROPERTIES AS WELL AS ALL OF ITS ONLINE GAMING AND ONLINE SPORTSBOOKS, EVEN THOSE IN OTHER STATES. YOU COULD ALSO FORFEIT ANY REWARDS POINTS YOU MAY HAVE EARNED IN NEW JERSEY OR ELSEWHERE. The terms and existence of any such responsible gaming program could change, and the Division is not responsible for keeping you informed of such changes.
If you want to take a break or stop playing at one or more products for any other reasons than the prevention of gambling-related problems, we also offer a service closure option available through our Customer Service email@example.com team.
If you or someone you know has a gambling problem and wants help, call 1-800 GAMBLER.