New Jersey strengthens responsible gaming initiatives
NJ Attorney General and DGE director introduce new standards for gambling ads and more accessible self-exclusion measures
New Jersey Attorney General and Gaming Enforcement Director have introduced new advertising standards for gambling and easier self-exclusion measures to protect players.
They aim to prevent misleading or harmful advertisements and provide easy opt-out ways to gambling advertising. In addition, DGE will provide a video-conference option for self-exclusion and establish a 24/7 hotline to answer related questions.
A senior level position dedicated to responsible gaming will be created within DGE to deal with concerns and promote state initiatives.