The online poker rooms in New Jersey are striving to meet the needs of their customers and attract new customers. As they introduce significant changes, pokerfuse will update you on the latest events happening in the Garden State with regards to internet poker.

New Jersey’s Online Poker Rooms

888poker/WSOP NJ: The iconic World Series of Poker brand is online in New Jersey working with 888poker, with good cash game traffic, a comprehensive VIP program and the one of the best new player offers around.

Read our comprehensive and independent review of WSOP New Jersey » and our comprehensive and independent review of 888 New Jersey »

Borgata Poker: Backed by the trusted Borgata Hotel and Casino, Borgata is on the Borgata/partypoker network which offers the best cash game and tournament traffic in New Jersey. It also regularly runs great promotions for all types of players, and offers $20 free to try out the site.

Read our comprehensive and independent review of Borgata Poker »

partypoker NJ: The iconic partypoker is in full force in the United States. Sharing the same player pool as Borgata, party offers the best spread of cash game action and runs some of the biggest tournaments, including the big Sunday $50,000 and the Garden State Super Series in conjunction with Borgata. It also offers the most generous deposit match bonus in the state at $1000.

Read our comprehensive and independent review of partypoker New Jersey »

PokerStars NJ: PokerStars launched in New Jersey back in 2016 and are running some of the best tournaments in the state with the likes of The Turbo Series, Winter Series and NJSCOOP.

Read our comprehensive and independent review of PokerStars NJ »

I’m a new player. What special offers are available to me?

You are truly spoiled for choice. All four online poker rooms are vying for your business—which means you can get some free money and great first deposit bonuses at all the sites.

You can get an overview of all the offers in our dedicated guide, which gives a comprehensive and independent review of every offer.

There’s also dedicated comparison pages for deposit match bonuses and no-deposit bonuses.

I’m an online poker grinder. Who has the best VIP program?

All four New Jersey poker rooms offer some decent promotions, though which site is better depends on how much you play—and what games you play.

Never fear, we have just the page for you: Our comprehensive overview of all VIP programs and rewards schemes in New Jersey online poker breaks this all down, and gives you an honest opinion on what offers are best.

How do I deposit money at New Jersey online poker sites? How can I withdraw?

Because online poker is a completely legal and regulated activity in the state of New Jersey, there are many cheap, reliable and quick ways to move money both on and off online poker rooms. You can transfer directly from your bank, use ewallets, use credit cards and even deposit and receive cash directly at casino cages in Atlantic City.

There are pros and cons to each method, which is why we’ve created a free guide on how to deposit at New Jersey sites and another guide on how to withdraw your funds.

Latest News on New Jersey:


The long-running court battle between Atlantic City’s Borgata Casino and professional poker player Phil Ivey continues to intensify as Borgata is now…
Borgata Goes After Phil Ivey Seeking His Las Vegas Assets

Borgata lawyers estimate assets of the ten-time WSOP gold bracelet winner at approximately $100 million.


The Golden Nugget Casino has applied for online slots and table game licenses. It is part of a program put together by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board…
Golden Nugget Wants To Enter PA Online Gaming Space

Leaving the poker permit on the table, Golden Nugget has applied for online slots and table game licenses as a Qualified Gaming Entity.


The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has approved interactive gaming licenses for Presque Isle and Stadium Casino, allowing them to offer online games…
Nine PA Casinos Now Approved to Offer Online Gaming

Presque Isle and Stadium Casino got the go-ahead from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to offer a variety of online games, but both left out a provision to offer online poker.


Parx Casino, Philadelphia PA has plans to expand into the New Jersey regulated online gaming market. The announcement comes after receiving approval from the…
“We Intend to Go into New Jersey” Says Parx Casino Pennsylvania

Following approval in Pennsylvania, Parx hopes to offer online gaming to players in New Jersey as well.


The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa Poker Room in Atlantic City has announced dates for their upcoming 2018 Borgata Fall Poker Open (BFPO).
Over $3 Million Guaranteed at the Borgata Fall Poker Open

16 days, 20 tournaments and over $3 million in guaranteed prize pools to be given away including $1 million Main Event.


Just in time for a busy NFL weekend BetStars, 888sports and playMGM sports betting apps are now available to download from the Apple iOS app store for players…
BetStars, playMGM and 888sports Apps Now Available on iOS for New Jersey Players

The sports betting apps are now available on the Apple platform after first being available on Android.


If the revenue generated from online sports betting in New Jersey is any indication of how much money can be made in other states, expect the adoption of the…
In September, NJ Online Sports Betting Created More Tax Revenue than All Revenue from Online Poker

In only its second month, sports wagers placed over the internet brought in nearly 8 times as much as online poker.


When Hollywood Casino and William Hill launch their much anticipated sportsbook in the state of Pennsylvania—which could go live as early as November…
William Hill Seeks to “Normalize” Sports Bets Across Five US States

A recent partnership in Pennsylvania with Hollywood Casino is the latest move by William Hill in its efforts to establish a foothold in the emerging US sports betting market.


New Jersey online poker operators reported the lowest revenue total in market history last month, according to figures released by the New Jersey Division of…
New Jersey Online Poker Continues to Languish Without Pennsylvania

Until Pennsylvania joins the shared liquidity pool, online poker in New Jersey will continue its slump.


The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has opened the application process on October 15 that will allow out-of-state operators, also know as Qualified…
Window Opens For Out of State Operators To Apply for iGaming License in Pennsylvania

Qualified Gaming Entities can now apply for left over interactive gaming certificates as the 16-day window in Pennsylvania opens.


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