New Jersey Legislation Tackles Problem Gambling
Discover how New Jersey legislators tackle gambling addiction with the proposed Gambling Treatment Diversion Court Pilot Program, bills to limit sports betting ads, and education on compulsive gambling risks in high schools – learn more about the state’s multi-pronged approach.
Unleash the Madness: 5 Stocks That Could Make You Rich During March Madness
Don’t miss out on the unique investment opportunities March Madness brings – explore these stocks and ETFs to potentially boost your portfolio during this exciting season!
New Jersey Legislators Consider Total Ban on Smoking in Atlantic City Casinos
Explore the ongoing debate on New Jersey’s casino smoking ban as lawmakers weigh health concerns against potential job losses and revenue declines. Stay informed on the legislative process, key stakeholders, and potential impacts on Atlantic City’s casino industry.
Atlantic City Casinos Ban Firearms
Discover why Atlantic City casinos have decided to prohibit firearms in their establishments after a recent court ruling.
January Numbers Bode Well for New Jersey Gaming Market
Atlantic City’s brick-and-mortar casinos won $211.6 million from in-person gamblers in January, a 15.3% increase from one year ago, while New Jersey’s online casinos also had a profitable month, indicating that the state’s gaming industry is continuing to grow. Read on for a closer look at January’s gambling numbers and how they could impact New Jersey’s gaming revenue in 2023.
New Jersey Addresses Problem Gambling
New Jersey Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin and the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement have launched a new Responsible Gaming Initiative using data from online gaming operators to identify and help problem gamblers, marking the first time a US regulator has introduced such a requirement, with the initiative requiring operators of online wagering platforms to analyze electronically maintained player data to determine whether a patron is showing signs of problem gambling behavior.
Proposed Changes to New York Gaming Laws Could Impact New Jersey Gambling Revenue
New York’s legalization of online sports betting is impacting New Jersey’s gambling revenues, so what’s next?
The Current State of New Jersey Gambling — NJ Online Casinos & Atlantic City Casinos
New Jersey casinos are facing challenges from competition and potential market plateau, but have succeeded in their profits through investments and diversification of their gaming products. To maintain its momentum, casino executives should embrace sports betting and esports and offer more options to attract customers.
PokerStars Fast Fold Zoom Launch Delayed Due to Technical Difficulties
PokerStars players in New Jersey and Michigan can now play “Zoom” a fast-fold poker variant, but there are some technical issues that have stalled play shortly after debut. The minimum buy-in for the PokerStars’ New Jersey/Michigan Zoom trial is $2, and the maximum is $200, but stakes are not specified yet.
New Jersey’s Online Gaming Industry Sets Record High Revenues in 2022
New Jersey’s gambling revenue hit an all-time high in 2022, reaching $5.2 billion. This record-breaking success can be attributed to the growth in online casinos and sports betting, which helped to contribute to the bottom line of the industry. According to figures released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, casinos, horse tracks, and […]