The hot topic at the upcoming East Coast Gaming Conference will be legal online gambling in New Jersey and elsewhere. We preview the conference and panels.
The Borgata is still leading the New Jersey online casino market, posting a profit for the third quarter in the row. Will PokerStars in NJ cause problems?
Resorts, the Atlantic City casino that has partnered with PokerStars for legal NJ Internet poker, released a ResortsCasino.com mobile app for iOS devices.
With approval of a NJ online poker license said to be imminent for PokerStars, its partner Resorts is wasting no time distinguishing itself in NJ iGaming.
New Jersey online casinos set a record in March in terms of revenue, with the Borgata online casino leading the state’s legal Internet gambling market.
Atlantic City revenue saw its slowest decline in 8 years in 2014, and the introduction of legal online gambling in New Jersey certainly had a hand in it.
On a conference call, the CEO of Amaya, the parent company of PokerStars, said the company expects to begin operating in the NJ online poker market by fall.
If the sale of Skrill to Neteller goes through, online poker and casino fans in legal US online gambling markets and Europe will have more payment options.
Advocates of legal US online gambling are declaring victory after Wednesday’s RAWA hearing, with a stacked panel of anti-iGaming witnesses missing the mark.
PalaCasino.com has rolled out a slew of new games for New Jersey online casino players, in addition to upgrading its interface for improved user experience.
A debunking of three of the most common myth surrounding NJ online casinos and internet poker rooms. Learn the facts about legal New Jersey online gambling.
New Jersey Casino’s First Skill-Based Contest Is A Slam Dunk As Teacher Nets $10k In Free Throw Contest
With a huge turnout, the NJ casino the Borgata had a hit last weekend at its first skill-based contest. A PA teacher won $10,000 in the free throw contest.
The February revenue numbers for New Jersey online casinos and internet poker are out. They are impressive despite a big jackpot payout by Betfair Casino.
The fate of Revel AC could be decided Friday as a bankruptcy judge mulls whether to accept developer Glenn Straub’s bid for the New Jersey casino property.