Online Poker in New Jersey

The Garden State

Regulated Online Poker New Jersey. One of the first states to regulate online poker. Due to its decent population size they've managed to attract some poker traffic, but since the peak in January 2014 traffic has dropped significantly. They'll probably have to join an interstate network in the future. Neighboring state Delaware has already joined forces with Nevada.

Online Poker Status
    Regulated online poker is available in this state
Population 21 or older 6.3 Million
Proportion of total US population 2.90%
Live Poker Yes
Estimated year for online regulation Regulated online poker since 2013
Probability - Interstate agreement 60%

Top Poker News & Articles for New Jersey

2015 Recap of New Jersey Online Gaming

After launching in late 2013, the New Jersey online gaming market had its struggles. Much of these struggles were attributed to credit-card rejections, geolocation difficulties and a lack of market awareness. But 2015 brought some promising signs for New Jersey iGaming, both in terms of revenue and future growth. That said, let’s look back over […]

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5 Things to expect from PokerStars in New Jersey

For the first time in over 4 years, PokerStars will be offering online poker in the United States! Their iGaming application finally received approval from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE), giving them the green light to launch their specialty – online poker. This is obviously exciting news for players because PokerStars has […]

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New Jersey Online Poker sinking – Time to sign Interstate Pact?

From an overall standpoint, New Jersey online gaming is on an upward trend. May 2015 numbers revealed this after showing that the state took in $12.5 million in iGaming revenue, compared to $10.5 million in May 2014 – a 19% increase. But despite the good news here, there’s one glaringly obvious problem: New Jersey online […]

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