Tag: New Jersey Online Poker

Nevada, New Jersey & Delaware Seal Online Poker Pact

Online poker fans in New Jersey will soon be able to play against people in Nevada and Delaware, expanding a growing portion of the state’s gambling industry. Players in Nevada and Delaware have been able to play against each other since 2015, but New Jersey is now set to join once regulators in the states…

New Jersey Wants Cross-Border Poker Compacts

In an interview with Roger Gros, the publisher of Global Gaming Business, New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement Director David Rebuck discussed a number of topics affecting the state’s gambling industry in a podcast. The interview hinted at the possibility of compacting for online poker with other states. A compact with the UK, however, is…

Caesars analyzes first 100 days of New Jersey online poker

NJ.com – For those looking to play a hand of poker, pull down on a slot machine or roll the dice from the confines of their own homes, it seems Hudson County might just be the place to do it. During the first 100 days of legal online gambling in New Jersey, three Hudson County…

New Jersey Online Poker Players Abandoning Unregulated Sites

Online Poker Report – A recent poll of 505 online gamblers by the research firm Commercial Intelligence (CI) has produced some eye-opening numbers when it comes to player preference between licensed and unlicensed online gambling operators in New Jersey. According to their findings, which CI spoke about at the ICE Totally Gaming Exhibition held in…

New Jersey Online Poker Traffic: Steady as She Goes

Online Poker Traffic – With initial revenue numbers for regulated online gambling in New Jersey coming in a bit lower than anticipated, market watchers are wondering if the industry will be able to bulk up enough in January to move in line with expectations. Current online poker traffic trends suggest that they will. Data from…

Players Could Spend $65 Million On New Jersey Online Poker In First Year

Card Player – A new study has come out that pegs the New Jersey online poker market, which will kick off on Nov. 26, at between $39 million and $65 million during its first 12 months. The industry could grow to between $55 million and $92 million in year ten. Those figures represent the amount…

PokerStars finds new partner for online gaming in New Jersey

From North Jersey Resorts Casino Hotel and The Rational Group, operator of PokerStars, the world’s largest online poker site, have reached an agreement to provide online gaming in New Jersey, the companies announced today. The agreement links the first casino to open in Atlantic City with one of the biggest online gaming companies in the…

What New Jersey Online Poker Regulations Mean for Players

From Poker Fuse   The following in an excerpt from a pokerfuse PRO exclusive article titled Areas of Risk for Future Litigation in NJ iGaming Regulations published yesterday. —————- Players are required to obtain a separate gaming account for each casino licensee with whom they register, but are not permitted to have more than one…