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A positive development for New Jersey’s soon-to-launch regulated online gambling market today, as state regulators greatly expanded the number and nature of responsible gambling tools online operators must offer customers.
NJ regulators posted the changes last Friday on the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement’s Internet Gaming FAQ page.
The updates to New Jersey’s online gambling regulations spell out three options all operators must provide to all customers:
All in all, these are good starting points for expanding the control players have over their online gambling experience.
But several questions remain, including what the default settings will be, how present and visible the options will be in the software and how flexible the tools will ultimately be.
In an additional change announced alongside the enhanced problem gambling options, New Jersey regulators clarified that players will be able to request a cashout from their online account at the actual casino cage or any “other approved cashiering location.”
The regulations further dictate that funds requested in this manner must be “made immediately available” to players.