20 Resources For Following the Regulated NJ Online Gambling Market

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Getting a robust view of the New Jersey online gambling market – a highly dynamic one at this early stage – requires intake of a mix of media.

Below are the sites, accounts and individuals that I rely on for updates, context and insights regarding regulated online poker and casino gambling in New Jersey.

Online poker news sites

Any top-tier poker news site will give you the broad strokes for New Jersey. But there are two sites that go deeper:

  • USPoker.com: John Mehaffey’s writing on NJ online gambling at USPoker offers granular coverage peppered with examples of Mehaffey’s impressive command of online gambling industry history.
  • PokerFuse.com: Informed reporting and analysis bolstered by a substantial content archive and traffic data.

New Jersey media

Local connections trump just about everything when it comes to local stories. Three names from New Jersey media that I find myself referencing again and again:

TwoPlusTwo support forums

One of the only places where you can witness the hand-to-hand combat that is poker sites directly – and publicly – interacting with (often irate) customers.

Get a first-hand view of the problems players are having, and the responses rooms are offering, at the sponsored TwoPlusTwo support forums for WSOP.com, Ultimate Poker and PartyPoker NJ.

Twitter accounts to follow

A non-comprehensive list of critical Twitter accounts related to NJ online poker and gambling that I haven’t already mentioned:

And, of course, the Twitter accounts for NJ’s poker operators, including:

888 Poker does not have a dedicated Twitter account for the US market that I’m aware of.


The only public word on activity at New Jersey’s regulated online poker sites. And it’s free. Visit PokerScout.com for NJ online poker traffic data.

If you’re interested in a paid option for more comprehensive tracking, consider their Scouting Report or a Pokerfuse Pro subscription that includes PS data.

NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement

The DGE is responsible for the regulation of online gambling in New Jersey. Their website offers a trove of useful information, including:

The site will eventually house financial reporting from the NJ iGaming industry.

Still want more NJ online gambling news? Bookmark our NJ section and check out our NJ online poker resource page.

- Chris is the publisher of OnlinePokerReport.com. Grove also serves as a consultant to various stakeholders in the regulated market for online gambling in the United States.
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