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Revenue from online poker in New Jersey dipped slightly in October on a year-over-year basis. On a sequential basis, October was the third consecutive month that the overall market declined.
Market Monitor: New Jersey October 2019

Revenue from online poker in New Jersey dipped slightly in October on a year-over-year basis, according to figures…


Online poker revenue in the state of New Jersey rose 1.8% in September on an annual basis. The annual increase is somewhat an encouraging sign as poker faces some stiff competition for consumers’ online gaming dollars in the state.
Is Online Poker on Hold in New Jersey?

With only one online poker network able to combine player pools across state lines, New Jersey operators and players are left to wonder when the market will be revitalized.


Online poker revenue in the state of New Jersey totaled $1.7 million for the month of August. The top operator in the market continued to be the online poker rooms operating under the Caesars license.
Market Monitor: New Jersey August 2019

Online poker revenue in the state of New Jersey totaled $1.7 million for the month of August, marking the second lowest…


New Jersey online poker revenue continues to plummet reaching a new low point for 2019 during the month of April.
New Jersey Online Poker Revenues Hit 2019’s Lowest Point in April

Limited liquidity sharing continues to take a toll in the Garden State.


Online poker revenue in the state of New Jersey hit a low point for 2019 last month as all operators combined generated $1.67 million.
Market Monitor: New Jersey April 2019

Online poker revenue in the state of New Jersey hit a low point for 2019 last month as all operators combined generated…


Legalized sports betting in the state of New Jersey is still in its infancy. In these early months, it’s important for the New Jersey Division of Gaming…
PokerStars Sports Book Receives Largest Fine to Date in New Jersey

Legalized sports betting in the state of New Jersey is still in its infancy. In these early months, it’s important for…


New Jersey first allowed real money online poker in November 2013, and while the market has undergone changes over the course of the past five years, for now,...
2018: A Year of Ups and Downs for New Jersey Online Poker

Shared liquidity provides the silver lining around the cloud of declining revenue.


Atlantic City’s largest casino, the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa is set to expand its sports betting business with a brand new sports bar venue costing…
Borgata to Open $11 Million Sports Betting & Bar Venue This Summer

The casino has announced a new project that will construct a new sports betting “destination bar” worth $11 million this summer.


PokerStars has released the schedule for Winter Series in the New Jersey market.
Winter Series Returns to PokerStars New Jersey with $300,000 Guaranteed

More than $300,000 in tournament guarantees is spread across 15 tournaments.


Once again New Jersey online poker operators collectively reported their lowest amount of revenue last month. According to figures released by the New Jersey…
New Jersey Hits Another Low Point Ahead of Pennsylvania Launch

Online poker once again pales in comparison to online casinos games and sports betting.


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 nine authorized online sports betting sites in New Jersey generated $12.6 million in revenue on nearly $105 million in wagers.
New Jersey Online Sports Betting Surpasses Land-Based Sports Bets in Second Month

$12.6 million in revenue was generated on almost $105 million wagered in September.


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