This just in, and hot off the press from one of our favorite writers and news breakers in the industry, Chris Grove, aka @OPReport. The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has given the official word to the casino’s with permits that they will be allowed to open their doors for business on November 26th at 9:00am.
I encourage you to read Chris’s full report here at Online Poker Report.
– The system is in place and ready to go live on the state’s end.
– Operators must first complete a soft play period prior to launching real money.
– Final version of the regulations that control real money online gambling have officially been posted.
– Coming Soon – All approved operators will be posted on DGE’s site.
So there you have it folks, it looks like all the buzz surrounding regulated poker in New Jersey in the recent months is finally going to come to fruition. For affiliates however, the uncertainty still couldn’t be greater. I have reporting in detail each week on what is transpiring on the poker affiliate side of the industry in my weekly column The Inside Scoop. If you’re a poker affiliate interested in working in the U.S. market, I highly encourage you follow this column every Tuesday.
To read the full article by Chris Grove outlining the confirmations coming out of New Jersey today, click here now.
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