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New Jersey Reports Dip in Online Poker Revenue in April

New Jersey Reports Dip in Online Poker Revenue in April

For the first in a very long time, the New Jersey online gambling sector recorded a monthly decrease in revenue during the month of April. While it has become a norm with online poker, it is still quite unusual for online casinos to decrease from month to month – a substantial decrease is even harder […]

Bet365’s First US Betting Shop to Go Live in New Jersey

Bet365’s First US Betting Shop to Go Live in New Jersey

New Jersey is set to host yet another world-class online casino operator thanks to a recent bid by the UK-based Bet365 to expands its gaming services in the United States. Last week, the casino operator announced that it had acquired a 19,000-square-foot offices space at the Two Greentree Center in Marlton, New Jersey which further […]

New Jersey Threatens Lawsuit Over New Wire Act Opinion

New Jersey Threatens Lawsuit Over New Wire Act Opinion

The United States Department of Justice recently changed its opinion on the 1961 Wire Act, a controversial move that has been met with varying measures of support and criticism. The motives behind the reversal of the opinion are still not quite clear and this has caused a lot of havoc for the gaming industry in […]

New Jersey Poker Revenue Go Up in June

New Jersey Poker Revenue Go Up in June

After the excitement of the offline events has settled, it’s time to look at how the online poker market performed. It would be hard to give an accurate estimate of the entire segment on the grid, that’s why we will focus on New Jersey first. The state managed to benefit a fair lick from the […]

Hard Rock Re-branded, Poker Continues to Develop

Hard Rock Re-branded, Poker Continues to Develop

Formerly known as the Trump Taj Mahal casino, the property has now rebranded itself as Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City. The operator didn’t mince words and definitely twiddled no fingers when it decided to move onto the online segment, in a bid to enter the highly-competitive casino market for New Jersey. The legalization […]

Ocean Resort Casino Arrives in New Jersey

Ocean Resort Casino Arrives in New Jersey

The state of gambling in New Jersey has been changing at a rather interesting pace. Let’s look at the facts first. Until the end of June, all players located in New Jersey and participating in online casinos could opt for 16 different sites hosted by Atlantic City’s licensed operators. However, a new player has now […]

Hard Rock Casino in Atlantic City Helps Multi-Slot Play

Hard Rock Casino in Atlantic City Helps Multi-Slot Play

Hard Rock online casino has used the occasion of the debut of the Hard Rock Casino in Atlantic City earlier in June to push strongly for the legalization of a whole new aspect of the iGaming industry across New Jersey. It has been quite the festive ceremony with a fair bit to see, too. iGaming […]

NJ Matt Mendez wins Nevada WSOP Bracelet

NJ Matt Mendez wins Nevada WSOP Bracelet

New Jersey now has its hero. Matt Mendez has managed to notch up a golden bracelet at the World Series of Poker in the summer, becoming the first resident of the state who has achieved this. We take a look at what led up to his victory. Matt Mendez, aged 28, is a dedicated poker […]

NJ’s Joining Delaware, Nevada boosts Caesar’s Revenue

NJ’s Joining Delaware, Nevada boosts Caesar’s Revenue

It has been a strong few months for online gambling, and not only, across the United States. We have repeatedly spoken about the scrapping of PASPA, the piece of legal bugbear that has kept gambling’s sibling – sports betting, at bay for a long, long while. Things, however, may finally be looking up. No, it’s […]

Can New Jersey Mean Future for Online Poker?

Can New Jersey Mean Future for Online Poker?

While poker has been vastly left out from the endorsement of sports betting, I believe the two are somewhat connected. New Jersey’s resounding victory in court on 14 May de facto paved the way of a legalized betting industry. But the implications, I have an inkling, may go much farther out than what we thought. […]