What is self-exclusion?
Self-exclusion allows a person to request to be excluded from legalized mobile sports wagering and fantasy sports activities in Vermont. Operators may choose to exclude participants in the Vermont Self-Exclusion list from their services in other states or countries.
For more information on the law and enhanced procedures establishing the Vermont Gaming Self-Exclusion program, see Sports Wagering Bill (vermont.gov), VT Sports Wagering Procedures 07-19-23.pdf (vermont.gov).
To place yourself on the Vermont Self-Exclusion List, you will need to agree to several terms at the end of the application.
Are you ready?
Tips for the Exclusion List Sign Up Process:
- Please have access to your email and your cell phone, to receive a one-time authentication code.
- Please have ready a picture ID, as you will be asked to provide a Selfie and a picture of a photo ID. (Driver’s License, Passport, any ID that includes both your name and a photo.)
- Please provide clear photos, in which your name and the photo are visible.
- Please have available your Social Security number and Official Identification number. We accept Driver's License numbers, Passport numbers or State Identification numbers as official identifications.
- If you are unable to provide these items to register, see below for a link to assistance.
Remember, you can only remove yourself from the self-exclusion list once you've reached the end of your selected 1, 3 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?
If you would like to remove yourself from the Self-Exclusion list, you can start the process now. Remember, you can only remove yourself from the self-exclusion list once you've reached the end of your selected 1, 3 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.
For more information about responsible gaming please visit the Vermont Department of Mental Health website Problem Gambling Resources | Department of Mental Health (vermont.gov)
Having trouble signing up for self-exclusion?
Email DLL.PlayerExclusion@vermont.gov for help.