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US Poker

  • Regulation is currently under discussion
  • Regulation has been discussed but no recent movement
  • Online poker is not likely anytime soon

Choose a state to find out more about state legislation.

New Jersey

(Estimated population as of 2013 – 8,899,339)

The Garden State is one of three states that currently offer iGaming, though revenue hasn’t met early projections. According to the latest numbers, online poker revenues dipped below $2 million in Oct., the lowest since Nov. 2013.

As PokerNews' Jason Glatzer recently wrote, “Online poker revenues in October were $1,967,904, representing a 5.64-percent decline from the $2,850,295 state's September revenue figures. The decline is even more sharp when taking into account October has 31 days in contrast to September only have 30 days, representing an average daily revenue decline of 8.67 percent.”

For a more thorough revenue breakdown, check out legalnjonlinecasino.com.

Despite not being as big a moneymaker as projected, iGaming in New Jersey isn’t going anywhere. The infrastructure is strong, and they have plenty of avenues to explore such as developing intrastate compacts (time for them to join up with Nevada perhaps?) and offering their services to other states.