Pennsylvania Officials Conduct Thorough Study of Online Gambling

  The State of Pennsylvania will conduct a study in online gaming as part of its investigation of legalized online gambling. A request for a study was put forward by two chairs of the House Gaming Oversight Committee during a scheduled hearing. The hearing covered topics such as policy regulation, social impact, consumer protection, and technology. The hearing successfully introduced the idea of potential online gambling legislation which would also legalize online poker to parliament. Stat … Continued

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New Legislation which would Ban Online Gambling is Introduced to Congress

  New Legislation which would Ban Online Gambling is Introduced to Congress New legislation that would restore the Wire Act which banned online gambling in 2011 will be restored. The legislation was introduced by Rep. Senator Lindsey Graham and Dem. Senator Dianne Feinstein. This new interpretation of the law will in essence undo the legislation which legalized online casinos and online gambling in New Jersey, Nevada, and Delaware. The new legislation will also prevent any state from trying … Continued

Amaya and Ultimate Gaming to Supply Games in New Jersey

The Amaya Gaming Group and Ultimate Gaming have signed an agreement according to which Amaya will provide online gaming in New Jersey. Ultimate Gaming’s online gaming site, which is jointly operated by Ultimate Gaming and Ultimate Gaming’s licensed gaming partner Trump Taj Mahal Associates, will offer a selection of Amaya’s games that are available on its Casino Gaming system (CGS) platform. Amaya will supply online slots, poker, and table games which include shared jackpots and bran … Continued

Borgata Joins Income Access to Launch Affiliate Recruitment Programme

Income Access has partnered with the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa to launch an affiliate recruitment programme that will target the new online gambling market in New Jersey. Income Access is a technology and marketing company specialising in online affiliate recruitment. Through the partnership with Income Access, Borgata and their marketing partners will have access to comprehensive analytical reporting and a wide selection of marketing material for desktop and mobile devices. “Partnering wit … Continued

Mobile Gambling could Potentially Expand Online Gambling in New Jersey

Mobile gambling is expected to expand the new online gambling industry in New Jersey. Many commentators have lamented the slow growth of online gambling since it was introduced last November, but expect mobile gambling to give the industry a boost. “Mobile applications will play an enormous piece of the puzzle in online wagering, which is why we are so positive and see so much upside in months ahead,” said Joe Lupo, senior vice president of the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, which began offerin … Continued

Borgata Reports a 15% Increase in Revenue for January 2014

The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, owned by Boyd Gaming and MGM Resorts International, announced that online gambling revenue in New Jersey increased by 15% in January 2014. The combined revenue generated by Borgata and its online gaming partner amounted to $3.9 million in January. Borgata alone accounted for $2.7 million in revenue. Keith Smith, president and chief executive officer of Boyd Gaming said, “Our market-leading performance is testament to the quality of our online produc … Continued

High 5 Games Launches Remote Games Server in New Jersey

  High 5 Games has announced that its new Vault remote gaming server will be re-packed with almost 100 of its top games. The Vault will be launched in New Jersey in the first quarter of 2014 with the games being offered by Caesars Interactive Entertainment. Earlier this month it was announced that High 5 Games entered an agreement with Caesars Entertainment to integrate its remote gamer server into the online gambling website in New Jersey. The New Jersey Division of Gamin … Continued

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New Jersey Plans to Extend Online Gambling

  New Jersey will expand online gambling by introducing a bill that will allow bets from outside States to be taken. Senators Raymon J. Lesniak and Jim Whelan introduced the bill, which will allow New Jersey to enter into reciprocal agreements with other states or countries where online gambling is legal, last week. Accordingly, players in outside jurisdictions will be able to play at the first online gambling sites launched in New Jersey in November 2013. Currently anybody who wants to gam … Continued

Virgin Casino to Launch in New Jersey on Friday

  Richard Branson’s Virgin Group is ready to launch its online casino gambling site,, in New Jersey. Players will be able to start playing on the new site from Friday. The Virgin Group applied for an online gambling licence last year during the first application process, and while the application was successful, a delayed launch was agreed upon due to problems involving login problems, payment issues and software glitches. Virgin is partnered with online game maker Gamesys, … Continued

NJ Online Gambling Successes and Setbacks Detailed in DGE Report

  The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has released a report detailing revenue gains from the first six weeks of online gambling. The report covers the period from the initial launch, November 21st, to December 31st. According to the report, revenue for that time period totalled $8.4 million, slightly lower than the $10 million projected by analysts. Data indicates that Borgata and PartyPoker raked in the majority of revenue, claiming 45% of the market. Caesars came in second … Continued

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa Launches Mobile Gambling Apps

  The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in New Jersey has launched two free mobile gaming applications for iOS devices. The apps were developed by the Borgata’s gaming partner, bwin.Party and enable players to access the gambling websites via Wi-Fi networks on Apple devices.  Players have access to a variety of slot games, table games, and jackpot promotions. Players also have a range of poker games to choose from including real-money, fast-forward, play-money or preview poker. “With unique an … Continued

The Number of New Jersey Online Gambling Accounts Approaches 150 000

  The number of online gambling accounts created in New Jersey is nearing 150 000 and continues to grow. 148,487 accounts had been created by Monday. However, the New Jersey Gaming Enforcement Division warned that the number should be scrutinized as some gamblers tend to create accounts across many different sites. The state is still due to release its first official report on revenue gained by the casinos offering online gambling. Online gambling was legalized in New Jersey with a trial pe … Continued

Golden Nugget Finally Launches Online Gambling in New Jersey

  The Golden Nugget Casino has been granted permission to offer online gambling. Online gambling was launched in New Jersey last month, but the Golden Nugget had to delay its launch because it failed to gain approval after the five-day trial period. Six casinos already were live in the state. Now the Golden Nugget will join the likes of the Borgata in offering players legal online gambling sites at which to play. Indeed, the Golden Nugget was concerned about their ability to launch online g … Continued

New Jersey Suspends PokerStars’ Licence to Operate in that State

  The New Jersey Division of Gaming has suspended the application submitted by PokerStars for two years. Last month Stars spokesman Eric Hollreiser explained in a tweet that PokerStars is still being reviewed by the DGE but is committed to completing the process.  Without this licence, PokerStars will not be allowed to operate in the United States. However, regulators have offered to review the application under certain circumstances. The stated reason for the New Jersey Division of Gaming … Continued

Living the good life just got better at Casino La Vida!

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New Jersey Regulators are satisfied with Online Gambling Roll-Out

  New Jersey gaming officials have expressed their satisfaction with the launch of online gambling. Online gambling has been legal for one week, and officials are pleased with the outcome. Online gambling was officially launched on November 26 after a successful trial period. New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) Director David Rebuck said that he is “pleasantly pleased” with the progress made since Nov. 26. Approximately 17 000 players logged on to play during the five-day trial … Continued

Has the Potential Success of the Online Gambling Industry been Overestimated?

  According to renowned global rating agency Fitch Ratings, Governor Chris Christie exaggerated the potential revenues from online gambling by a huge margin. Christie rather ambitiously estimated that the online gambling industry will reach $1.2 billion by next year. But Fitch anticipates that internet gaming revenue will reach $200 million to $300 million next year, and increasing up to $500 million to $750 million annually within several years. The agency also doubts that an online gambli … Continued