Real Money Online Bingo Live in New Jersey

bingoDelaware may have been the first state to legalize online gambling, but since Nevada and New Jersey followed suit, New Jersey has been stealing most of the spotlight with its record-high numbers and continual innovations.

Last week, New Jersey became the first state to offer not only online gambling and poker, but also online bingo. Pala Interactive, a California-based tribe of Native Americans, launched a real-money bingo website in the Garden State where players can play 90 ball bingo and receive a number of different promotions.

Chief executive officer of Pala Interactive, Jim Ryan, commented on the launch, “We believe there is tremendous potential in 90-ball bingo in New Jersey and as such we decided to launch 90-ball bingo with a dedicated brand.”

The catch right now? It’s still in its beta stage, which means that it’s not yet open to the public at large. For now, the first 400 players who register on the site will receive $25 free to play each day. The players will then provide feedback on what works and what doesn’t work, so the site can be improved upon ready to move to forward.

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