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NJ partypoker Rolling Out Key Upgrades in Early 2015

Last week we detailed the upcoming promotions and changes in store at WSOP.com in New Jersey, and now it’s time to put partypoker/Borgata under the microscope and see what they planned for 2015. New Jersey online poker players can expect a number of upgrades at NJ.PartyPoker.com and BorgataPoker.com in 2015, including the addition of a […] Read More
Posted on: January 6, 2015 | Online Gambling News | Steve Ruddock

WSOP.com Rings in 2015 with New Promotions

WSOP.com will enter 2015 with a veritable monopoly on the Nevada online poker industry. On the other hand, In New Jersey, WSOP.com continues to be engaged in a slugfest with the partnership of partypoker and the Borgata for online poker supremacy in the Garden State. Thus far, party/Borgata has emerged victorious, but that could change […] Read More
Posted on: January 2, 2015 | Online Gambling News | Steve Ruddock

New Jersey Online Gaming Year in Review

New Jersey is ending its first full year of regulated online gaming in a week. It has been a year that has fallen below most expectations, yet still generated revenue for several Atlantic City casinos. Top Story of 2014 – Ultimate Gaming Fails It seemed impossible to think that any company entering the New Jersey […] Read More
Posted on: December 27, 2014 | Online Gambling News Views | PlayNJ Staff

Pessimism Sets In After NJ iPoker Revenue Hits New Low

The New Jersey Division of Gaming revealed November’s gaming revenue figures last week. The results were depressing for the state’s online gaming industry, as online poker revenue hit a new all-time low, and online casino revenue was crippled by a $1.3 million jackpot hit on HarrahsCasino.com. Online poker sets a dubious record The two remaining […] Read More
Posted on: December 18, 2014 | Online Gambling News | Steve Ruddock

New Jersey November Internet Gaming Results

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement released revenue figures for November internet gaming. The results were mixed. The difference can be attributed to a win of $1.3 million by a lucky HarrahsCasino.com player on the Millionaire Genie game. Online poker revenue came in at $1.9 million, a drop of just under 5% from October. […] Read More
Posted on: December 17, 2014 | Online Gambling News | PlayNJ Staff

PokerStars License Unlikely Before 2015

Many experts hoped that the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement would issue a license to PokerStars by the end of the year. They theorized that allowing the online poker titan in the market would boost profitability and spur growth. However, a recent statement indicates that the company’s application is unlikely to be reviewed until […] Read More
Posted on: November 27, 2014 | Online Gambling News | PlayNJ Staff

Ron Paul Criticizes Crony Capitalist Efforts to Ban Online Gambling

Libertarian thinker and free market advocate Ron Paul recently criticized Sheldon Adelson’s efforts to ban online gambling. Paul suggested that politicians considering passing Adelson’s bill are catering to special interests over the needs of the American people. Paul said that these politicians are disingenuous with their intentions. They claim that an online gambling ban is necessary to […] Read More
Posted on: November 18, 2014 | Online Gambling News | PlayNJ Staff

New Jersey Regulator Accepting Applications for New Casino Games

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement intends to modernize the state’s gambling industry. The DGE states that social networking has changed their preferences and spurred demand for a new generation of games in Atlantic City casinos. The regulator is accepting applications for new games that will be available in Atlantic City. Efforts to launch […] Read More
Posted on: October 16, 2014 | Online Gambling News | PlayNJ Staff

Golden Nugget Big Winner in September for NJ iGaming

Not surprisingly, New Jersey iGaming revenues took a hit in September, dropping 2.8%. What was a big surprise was the performances put out by Golden Nugget and Betfair. Golden Nugget posted their best month yet while Betfair improved on earnings despite not having a casino partner. On Wednesday, the New Jersey Division of Gaming enforcement […] Read More
Posted on: October 16, 2014 | Online Gambling News | James Guill

New Jersey Lawmakers Pass Resolution to Counter RAWA

Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire chairman of the Las Vegas Sands Corporations, is continuing his campaign to ban online gambling. Adelson has backed a new federal bill called the Restoration of America’s Wire Act (RAWA), which would ban online gambling throughout the country. There is still little support for the proposed bill, but New Jersey lawmakers […] Read More
Posted on: October 7, 2014 | Casino News Online Gambling News | PlayNJ Staff

PokerStars and Full Tilt Begin Withdrawing from Grey Markets

PokerStars has begun withdrawing from a number of markets. A report from PokerStars stated that the company is conducting a risk analysis of various countries throughout the world. It intends to withdraw from unregulated markets that pose significant business risks. The report didn’t list the countries PokerStars has withdrawn from. However, players from Turkey, Iran, […] Read More
Posted on: October 5, 2014 | Online Gambling News | PlayNJ Staff

New Jersey iGaming Earns $10.54 Million in August

New Jersey iGaming revenues increased 4.5 percent month-over-month thanks to solid gains by both Borgata and the Tropicana. Earlier today, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement released revenue figures for the casino industry and revealed that NJ iGaming pulled in $10.54 million in August. That is up from the $10.07 million pull a month […] Read More
Posted on: September 12, 2014 | Online Gambling News | James Guill
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