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This week's look at online gambling in New Jersey focuses on promotions and giveaways. Plus we examine signups, traffic, and a few other news bits.
In our weekly assessment of the NJ iGaming market, we look at a WSOP.com server outage, the freeze on PokerStars, and more.
Our weekly look at the state of iGaming in New Jersey focuses on persisting banking and geolocation issues, along with a gander at traffic across...
Traffic to iGaming sites in NJ is being hampered by two factors: geotargeting issues and payment processing. We take a look at both.
This Thursday, New Jersey’s first wave of iGaming operators will open their virtual doors to a select group of invitees – at least for a...
With less than three weeks left before iGaming goes live in New Jersey, two Atlantic City casinos released public invitations to their “soft launch” rollouts....
We catch you up on the latest payment processing report from John Mehaffey, which was released this Wednesday.
The September payment processing report by John Mehaffey is out, and it's still a sad story for Lock Poker. Bovada also took a dip.
On Friday morning, Bwin.Party’s co-CEO Norbert Teufelberger and CFO Martin Weigold held a Q2 2013 post-earnings conference call. The earnings call transcript can be found...
An informal report identifies nearly a quarter of a million in pending cashouts at Lock, some stretching back over 200 days.
Lock Poker receives only the third F in the history of John Mehaffey's payment processing report.
This past Sunday, high-stakes online poker player Douglas Polk, otherwise known by his PokerStars and 2+2 forums username WCGRider, recounted a harrowing tale of deception,...
NJ bolsters security, update cashout regulations and clarify requirements for free-to-play games in the latest updates to their proposed regulations.