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Gamblers Relieved After New Jersey Casino Shutdown Avoided

Gamblers in New Jersey can relax, after a threat to temporarily close Atlantic City’s brick and mortar casinos have passed. Earlier in the year, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement stated that should a budget standoff occur in the state, any land-based and online betting industries would be directly affected. The DGE notified all state …

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Update on America’s Shifting iGaming Landscape

The last two weeks have produced several significant developments for America’s online gambling industry. The list of states to legalize sports betting after last year’s landmark ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court continues to grow, following New Hampshire’s successful passage. But while the Granite State will offer both brick and mortar and online/mobile wagering at …

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New Jersey iGaming Posts Second-Highest Monthly Revenue Total in April

Throughout the month of April, the iGaming industry in New Jersey posted its second-strongest monthly revenue total ever at $36,582,934. That figure – comprised of the combined online casino and poker verticals – is second only to the record-setting $39,134,380 in “win” revenue collected by iGaming operators in March. The most recent monthly revenue report published …

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New Jersey Issues Second Operator Fine for iGaming Geolocation Violation

For just the second time in the agency’s nearly yearlong history regulating online gambling, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) has fined an operator for allowing wagers to be placed from outside state lines. In a civil action order dated April 30th and signed by director David Rebuck, the NJDGE levied a fine …

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