Internet Self Restriction Program
The Indiana Internet Self-Restriction Program (ISRP) enables individuals to request to be barred from participating in licensed mobile sports wagering in Indiana.
Pursuant to Indiana Code 4-38, a person may enroll in the Internet Self-Restriction Program (ISRP). The ISRP applies only to mobile sports wagering.
- ISRP Program Summary
- Enroll now
- If you have questions please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Problem gambling resources
- For informaton on how to exclude from Indiana’s casinos, please click here.
A person may, upon the expiration of the selected term of voluntary exclusion, request removal of his or her name from the Internet Self-Restriction Program (ISRP). A person making a request for removal must do so in writing, on the appropriate form. The Request for Removal form may be completed at the IGC office in Indianapolis, an Indiana casino location or by US mail. A person making a request for removal by US mail must properly complete the form, and submit it to the Indiana Gaming Commission, 101 W. Washington St., East Tower, Suite 1600, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46204. A copy of valid government issued photo identification must be included for the removal application to be accepted and approved. The person is not removed from the ISRP until the IGC accepts this form and notifies the person in writing that he/she is removed from the IRSP.