Latest New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement News
PokerStars on the verge of re-entering the coveted US online poker market.
NJ regulated online poker revenue slides another 10 percent.
NJ DGE “optimistic” license could be issued by this fall.
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has reacted to the news that Amaya Gaming is buying Rational Group—p…
Warm-weather online poker declines continue in New Jersey.
The manner of compensation an affiliate receives determines its official classification by the DGE.
Six affiliate and rakeback websites have been threatened with fines.
Police report a New Jersey woman fabricated an identity theft claim to avoid $10,000 in online gambling losses.
Mario Galea, online gaming consultant for the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, expects New Jersey to enter…
Thousands to receive refunds and the remaining 27 players to equally divide remaining prize fund as a result of counterfeit chips discovered in major poker tournament.