Latest New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement News
Slated to go live on May 1, a shared online player pool is coming to New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware for players on WSOP.com and 888poker.
Online poker operators in New Jersey collectively suffered their worst January on record in terms of revenue since the…
Across Europe, the United States and now even South America, shared liquidity has finally won out—2018 should see cross-border shared liquidities across all key existing and emerging online poker markets.
Tom Wolf signs legislation to allow online poker, daily fantasy sports, casino games and slots.
Operators post growing online casino revenues for the third straight month.
DGE greenlights the online poker giant following “unprecedented” 14 month review process.
David Rebuck explains the delay in the licensing decision for PokerStars New Jersey is due to “thoroughness”.
WSOP/888 online poker revenue numbers for April plummet to their all-time low.
Increasing online poker player pools in New Jersey is a “goal” for 2015 according to the DGE.
Hopes that the global online poker leader would help revitalize the stagnant New Jersey igaming market in 2014 have faded.