ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – New Jersey gamblers who want to ban themselves from placing bets over the Internet can now sign up for a self-exclusion list — over the Internet.
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The state Division of Gaming Enforcement says people who want to sign up for a voluntary self-exclusion list for Internet gambling can do it online at www.njdge.org .
They previously had to create an account on one of New Jersey's authorized Internet gambling websites, or apply in person at a Division of Gaming Enforcement office or a New Jersey racetrack.
Signing up for a self-exclusion list for Atlantic City's eight brick-and-mortar casinos still must be done in person.
As of Friday, there are nearly 3,000 people on New Jersey's gambling self-exclusion lists, 924 of them for Internet gambling.