Responsible Gaming

SuperBook® recognizes responsible wagering is an exciting and enjoyable form of entertainment for the wast majority of our patreons.

As a leader in race and sports book business for a long period of time, we believe it is responsibility of all stakeholders in the gaming industry to take a proactive approach to problem and underage gambling. We believe public awareness and education are essential to minimizing harms. We will be active partners in promoting and educating responsible gaming to our employees, our customers, educators and the public.

You may request at any time to discontinue your account(s) with us and/or be removed from our emailing list and promotional messages.

We Also reserve the right to exclde a customer from becoming or maintaining a relationship with us at our full discretion.

Please act responsibly and be aware of warning signs of problem gaming. Common warning signs may include, but are not limited to, the following: missing time from work, school and family functions due to betting, borrowing money to bet or pay gambling debts, dishonesty about your level of betting activits, neglecting your own self-care or care for those close to you, inability to limit or curtail your betting activity, and feelings of depression, suicide, or hopelessness.

If you think you or someone close to you may have a gambling problem, call for help. Problem Gaming Helpline: 1.800.GAMBLER.

New Jersey Casino Gambling Self-Exlusion Program

You may submit an application for Self-Exclusion in-person in New Jersey. You must go to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement office at Tennessee Avenue and Boardwalk in Atlantic City or by visiting the offices of the New Jersey Racing Commission during business hours. When you file the form, you will be required to provide identification and you will be photographed.

For some, however, the participation in gambling activities can expose them to harms. For additional information and resources with regard to Self-Exclusion, please visit the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement website – Self Exclustion Program.

Last Modified January 11, 2024