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Self-Exclusion From Sports Betting In IN

Self-Exclusion From Sports Betting In IN

Since September 2019, sports fans in the state of Indiana have had access to betting options.

Bets can be placed online and in person, with plenty of the best brands providing sports betting operations.

From BetRivers to BetMGM, FanDuel to DraftKings, there are more than enough operators to explore. Easily wager on your favorite professional and college sports teams.

While taking part in sports betting, every bettor needs to recognize their behavior. Are you betting too much or too often?

If you feel that a problem with gambling is beginning, you have the option to sign up for self-exclusion. Indiana provides an easy-to-access online form and in-person options so you can remain responsible while gambling.

Find out more about how to sign up for this program below.

How Do I Get On A Self-Exclusion List In Indiana?

There are a few ways to self-exclude from sports betting in Indiana. Review the options below to determine the best route for your cut-off needs. 

  • Online Sports Betting Self-Exclusion: Use the Indiana Gaming Commission website to sign up for self-exclusion in the state. There is a one-year and five-year program. Use this link: and select Enroll Now to complete the process. You will need to submit personal information and a copy of your photo ID to complete the process.
  • In-Person: To sign up in person, you need to visit a sportsbook in the state, the Indiana Gaming Commission office in Indianapolis, or visit a designated problem gambling treatment provider. The Request for Voluntary Exclusion form must be filled out and witnessed by a gaming agent or designee of the Commission. This type of self-exclusion removes you from land-based sports betting. A photo will be taken to keep within your records.

What Will Happen After I Sign Up For A Self-exclusion List?

Once you are signed up for the self-exclusion list, you will no longer be able to access sports betting. If you are focused on online services, use the online form to block yourself from operator sites.

If you are a land-based bettor, the in-person option needs to be utilized. In both cases, you will not have access to sports betting until your name is removed from the self-exclusion list.

The Commission provides online operators and casino sites with your personal information to ensure services are not provided.

How Do I Get Off A Self-Exclusion List In Indiana?

You must serve the time allotted from signup, be it one year or five years. Once this time frame is up, you can request removal.

  • Fill out a Request for Removal Form. The form can be filled out at the Commission office, a sportsbook in Indiana, or downloaded and sent via mail. Be sure to add a copy of your photo ID if you mail the form to the Commission.
  • To mail the form, use the following address: Indiana Gaming Commission, 101 W. Washington St., East Tower, Suite 1600, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46204

You will not be removed from the list until the Commission accepts the form and notifies you that the self-exclusion period is over.

What Will Happen After I Get Off A Self-exclusion List?

The Commission will send you a letter to notify you of the list removal. Once you are no longer on the list, you are free to visit casinos for sports betting or to log in online to post bets via app or web browser.

Self-Exclusion FAQ

How Do You Find Out If You Are Banned From A Sportsbook?

Once you are on the self-exclusion list, you can expect to be banned from each casino in the state. Be sure to fill out the in-person option and check with the Commission or individual sportsbook to ensure you are cut off from services.

How Do I Block Myself From Gambling Sites?

Visit the Indiana Gaming Commission website here: Click Enroll Now to start the process. You will have submitted the form for self-exclusion in just a few minutes, choosing one year or five years of the cut-off time.

How Long Will I Be On The Self-Exclusion List?

Indiana allows players to select one or five years of self-exclusion. If you do not fill out the paperwork to be removed from the list, the process can continue for longer.

Struggling with a gambling problem? Learn more about how to get help.