What is self-exclusion?
Self-exclusion allows a person to request to be excluded from legalized gaming activities in Connecticut. Individuals who enroll in self-exclusion are prohibited from collecting any winnings, recovering any losses or accepting complimentary gifts or services or any other thing of value from a licensee or operator. Operators may choose to exclude participants in the Connecticut Self-Exclusion list from their services in other states or countries.
For more information on the law and regulations establishing the Connecticut Gaming Self-Exclusion program, see Connecticut Public Act 21-23, as well as the Emergency Regulation concerning online casino gaming, retail and online sports wagering, fantasy contests, Keno and online sale of lottery tickets.
To place yourself on the Connecticut Gaming Self-Exclusion List, you will need to agree to several terms at the end of the application. These terms are fully explained in the Connecticut Gaming Self-Exclusion Terms and Conditions.
Are you ready?
Remember, you can only remove yourself from the self-exclusion list once you've reached the end of your selected 1 or 5 year exclusion period. If you select the lifetime option for self-exclusion, you will not be able to remove yourself from the list.
Has your self-exclusion period ended?