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While the New Jersey online casino market hums along with $20 million in revenue, online poker has its worst month in state history.
A number of factors have combined to wreck havoc on the NJ online poker industry's cash game traffic, but the situation may not be as...
Pala Poker NJ may not be raking in the traffic, but at least its newly minted platform is relatively stable and feature rich.
New Jersey online casinos have now put $100 million in state coffers. Meanwhile, iGaming hit $20 million in revenue for the third straight month in...
Lesser known casino brands are spearheading the revitalization of Atlantic City, thanks largely to their explosive growth both live and online.
The juggernaut that is NJ online casinos slowed in April from last month's torrid pace, but the industry still posted its second-best month ever.
Last week, not a single NJ online casino featured 400 games. Now there are three. But when it comes to a site's overall success, does...
The PokerStars NJSCOOP has gotten off on the right foot, but cannot truly be defined as a success until it sees positive results from its...
All five Atlantic City casino operators involved in the online gambling space have found regulation to be extremely beneficial to their land-based business.
MGM is finally putting its name on an online casino, with plans to launch iGaming under the playMGM brand in New Jersey this year.
Resorts and Golden Nugget are outperforming the bigger casinos in New Jersey for online gambling, proving that a powerful brand isn't the only factor.
New Jersey's regulated online casinos and poker sites are still setting records, surpassing $20 million in revenue for the first time ever in March.
The reduced expectations and poor turnouts for the GSSS VI on Party/Borgata are a microcosm of the site's fall from grace in the NJ online...
PokerStars' first year back in New Jersey was defined by a series of highs and lows, but ultimately, the site's reentry did act as a...
Regulated New Jersey online casinos have generated over $500 million in revenue (and $80 million+ in taxes) since launch following a strong February.
New Jersey DGE Director David Rebuck talks to Online Poker Report about the possibility of New Jersey entering into online poker liquidity sharing compacts.
PaddyPowerBetfair's positive news about New Jersey online gambling profitability indicates that the DGE regulatory model is no deterrent to market entry.
In testimony before Pennsylvania lawmakers, Caesars executives reveal that 80% of their online signups were completely new customers for the company.
Carl Icahn has confirmed that he is in the process of selling the currently-shuttered Trump Taj Mahal Casino in New Jersey to Hard Rock International.
A bill signed by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie appears to have set the stage for wide-reaching online lottery sales in the state.
While other operators flourished, the Borgata's online gambling revenue remained static in 2016. Can an MGM branded site help turn that around?
The New Jersey Senate has introduced a bill that would authorize online slots-style internet gambling and a whole lot more at New Jersey racetracks.
According to the latest US iGaming Industry Update from Eilers & Krejcik Gaming, the legal NJ online casino industry will enjoy sustained growth in 2017.
Although it appears that PokerStars had a positive impact on internet poker in New Jersey, are the individual operators and players actually better off?
For the first time since 2006, the Atlantic City casino industry experienced a revenue increase. Last year, the city’s downsized casino industry posted gross gaming...