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Online poker operators in New Jersey collectively suffered their worst January on record in terms of revenue since the market launched more than five years…
New Jersey Online Poker Still Flailing in Isolation While Online Casino Revenues Reach a New High

Online poker operators in New Jersey collectively suffered their worst January on record in terms of revenue since the…


The state of New Jersey announced earlier this month that it has reached an agreement to share online gaming liquidity with Nevada and Delaware which already…
New Jersey Joins US Online Poker Liquidity Pool

The state of New Jersey announced earlier this month that it has reached an agreement to share online gaming liquidity…


The state of New Jersey announced on Friday that it has reached an agreement to share online gaming liquidity with Nevada and Delaware which already share their igaming liquidity.
New Jersey Joins US Online Poker Liquidity Pool

The state of New Jersey announced on Friday that it has reached an agreement to share online gaming liquidity with…


"The driving force for our decision to launch poker in New Jersey is our belief that in the medium term online gaming companies that offer a full and complete range of games will be the leaders in the U.S. online real money gaming sector."
Pala Interactive CEO Jim Ryan Outlines the Future of Pala Poker

Years in the making, Pala Poker takes it homegrown poker platform into the competitive New Jersey online poker market.


Q2 figures show the New Jersey online poker market shrinking despite the addition of PokerStars in 2016.
Shared Liquidity is Now Essential to Grow Online Poker in New Jersey

The PokerStars effect has petered out; New Jersey’s best chance at returning online poker to growth will be through shared liquidity agreements.


Shared liquidity between France, Spain, Italy, and Portugal is now an odds-on favorite following the latest words from French regulator ARJEL that put in place an aggressive timeline for adoption.
Regulation Insight: Your Summer Summary

Bringing you up to speed on regulated igaming news from the last month. The UK, Malta and Gibraltar, figures from France, Italy and Spain, the latest progress from Netherlands, Sweden and Poland, all the news from the United States, and more.


The regulated New Jersey online poker market now has its sixth online poker room with the launch of PalaPoker on Tuesday.
PalaPoker Launches in New Jersey

New online poker room goes live in limited beta test as company eyes growth in new US states.


A new casino is getting into the New Jersey online gambling market. But it’s not a casino from the Garden State.
SugarHouse Launches Online Casino in New Jersey

A new casino is getting into the New Jersey online gambling market. But it’s not a casino from the Garden State.


The DGE concluded its preliminary investigation into GVC following the company’s purchase of bwin.party.
GVC Approved by New Jersey Gaming Regulator

Bwin.party can continue to operate in the state, says DGE.


The Pala Band of Mission Indians has entered into a new compact with the state of California. Bankrupt and shuttered harness racing track, Balmoral Park, has been sold for $1.8 million.
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California, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, Nevada and more.


Alabama and Tennessee deem Daily Fantasy Sports illegal. Illinois online lottery ticket sales continue.
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Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and more.


Mobile and social gaming developer Gaming Realms has entered an agreement with Pala Interactive that will result in its bingo games going live in New Jersey for real money.
US Insight

New daily fantasy sports regulations in Massachusetts, PokerStars launches in New Jersey, March Madness has Americans betting on sports again and much more.


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