When The State Of New Jersey seems legalized online casino gambling for real money, including a poker room, they were not thinking about live dealer casino games.   Back in 2013, when The New Jersey Gaming Commission appears to legalize real money gambling, there were only video table games like video poker, roulette, craps, and many others. Software providers established real money live dealer games back in August 2016.

Submitted by: Payton on June 05, 2019
Top Online Casinos For Residents in New Jersey in 2019

Finding the top online casinos for residents in New Jersey in 2019 is big business.   People all over the Garden State are winning big betting sports at DraftKings, William Hill and Fanduel.   However, these NJ Sportsbooks don't offer the selection of games people look for. Most people looking for online casinos that are legal in new jersey have many choices.

Submitted by: Payton on May 08, 2019

(Reuters) - Atlantic City's local officials backed a revised plan proposed by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Tuesday that called for the city to be rescued through additional layers of state oversight and new revenue sources.

Submitted by: Anonymous on January 27, 2016

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (Associated Press) — Revel owner Glen Straub says he plans to reopen the shuttered resort with a casino, although a smaller one than what was there before.

The Florida developer tells The Associated Press he has made up his mind to offer casino gambling at the resort, ending a long period of uncertainty about its future.

Submitted by: Anonymous on January 20, 2016

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. –  (Associated Press) - Atlantic City has lost more than half of its casino revenue during the past nine years.

That depressing news Wednesday came only hours after New Jersey lawmakers introduced a bill that has long been the worst nightmare of the Atlantic City casino industry — a referendum to expand casino gambling to the northern part of the state.

Submitted by: Anonymous on January 13, 2016

TRENTON - (Associated Press) - New Jersey lawmakers have reached a deal to put a statewide referendum on the November ballot asking voters whether to approve two new casinos in the northern part of the state.

Submitted by: Anonymous on January 11, 2016

(Associated Press) - New Jersey lawmakers still cannot agree on how to ask voters whether to allow two new casinos in the northern part of the state.

Senate and Assembly committees each amended their respective bills Monday. But significant differences remain between the two, including who is eligible to build the new casinos and how the new tax revenue they generate would be divvied up.

Submitted by: Anonymous on December 22, 2015

New Jersey poker player Justin Wong is hopeful of a boom in the Garden State where online poker is legal.  Sites like Resorts and PartyPoker have seen record revenues last month.

Submitted by: Pauly Mosconi on December 21, 2015

New Jersey regulated online gambling has seen its highest revenue total to date this November, a whopping $13.22mm.  This beat the previous record set in March of this year.

Casino revenue ($11.26mm) helped drive that performance and, for the first time ever, Resorts Online Casino pushed past the the $1mm mark.

Poker moved into positive territory both month-over-month and year-over-year for the first time in recent memory.

Submitted by: Anonymous on December 15, 2015

(Associated Press) - New Jersey voters would be asked in November whether to approve two new casinos in the northern part of the state under an agreement unveiled Friday by state lawmakers.

Submitted by: Anonymous on December 11, 2015

ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey — (Associated Press) - New Jersey is proposing another way to boost its Internet gambling market: letting casino companies hire and fund celebrities to play online poker with the public.

The state Gaming Enforcement Division unveiled a proposal Thursday to let Internet gambling licensees hire celebrities, and provide them money with which to gamble.

Submitted by: Anonymous on December 04, 2015

ATLANTIC CITY – (Associated Press) - A Wall Street firm predicts a new wave of casino expansion in the northeast will lead to more casino closings in Atlantic City.

Moody’s Investors Service says eight new casinos opening in the next three years will put even more pressure on those already struggling to survive.

Submitted by: Anonymous on November 30, 2015

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - (Associated Press) - Internet gambling is slowly growing — but not expanding — after 21/2 years of online betting in the United States.

Online gambling revenue is increasing in at least two of the three states that offer it — New Jersey and Delaware. The third, Nevada, doesn’t report Internet revenue separately.

Submitted by: Anonymous on November 26, 2015

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (Associated Press) — Atlantic City's casinos saw their gross operating profits increase by 61 percent in the third quarter of this year.

Figures released Monday by the state Division of Gaming Enforcement show the eight casinos turned a collective profit of $237.4 million in July, August and September.

Submitted by: Anonymous on November 24, 2015

Europe’s leading sports betting exchange has just been granted the first ever New Jersey state exchange wagering license.

The New Jersey Racing Commission (NJRC) licensed Betfair US in partnership with Darby Development, the racetrack operator of Monmouth Park.

Submitted by: Anonymous on November 23, 2015

The Shift Card, a first ever Bitcoin debit card for American customers, will soon be available to those residing in select states including New Jersey where one should be able to use the card for betting online as legal casino and poker sites like Resorts and Mohegan Sun. (use bonus code Gambling911 when joining)

Submitted by: Anonymous on November 21, 2015

The New Yorker on Tuesday featured an article related to the sudden surge in popularity of online poker once again with the advent of live streaming social sites the likes of Twitch.

Submitted by: Anonymous on November 17, 2015

ATLANTIC CITY – (Associated Press) - Atlantic City’s casinos brought in 1.3 percent less in October than they did a year ago, but the state’s Internet gambling operations were up significantly over the same period.

Submitted by: Anonymous on November 13, 2015

The Tourism, Gaming and the Arts committee of the New Jersey legislature began holding hearings as to whether Daily Fantasy Sports constitutes gambling.

Submitted by: Vito Conti on November 09, 2015

This past week it was announced that the House of Representatives has scheduled a second hearing to discuss legislation that would disallow New Jersey from allowing online gambling such as Web casinos and poker.

Submitted by: Vito Conti on November 09, 2015

So far, the owner of Atlantic City’s former Revel casino has proposed using it as an indoor water park, a medical tourism resort, an equestrian facility and a so-called “genius academy” where the world’s top minds would tackle society’s problems.

Now add this to Glenn Straub’s thoughts for the property: housing Syrian refugees. Straub told The Associated Press on Tuesday that he’s willing to let people displaced by the civil war in Syria stay at the 47-story Revel resort as he fights in court over its future.

Submitted by: Flash on November 05, 2015

A state lawmaker plans to introduce a bill that would regulate daily fantasy sports in New Jersey, putting in charge of it a state agency widely considered the toughest gambling regulator in the country.

Sen. Jim Whelan, a former Atlantic City mayor, said Monday he'll introduce a bill after conferring with the state Division of Gaming Enforcement, which would oversee daily fantasy sports play in New Jersey.

Submitted by: Anonymous on November 02, 2015

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (Associated Press) — A poker player is going to prison for bringing millions of dollars in counterfeit chips to a tournament and then breaking the plumbing when he flushed them down a toilet to hide the evidence.

A judge on Thursday sentenced Christian Lusardi to five years in prison. Lusardi also must pay $463,540 in restitution to the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa for the revenue it lost when it canceled the 2014 tournament in Atlantic City and $9,455 to Harrah's Casino Hotel for damaging its plumbing.

Submitted by: Anonymous on October 28, 2015
Mohegan Sun wins 2015 Casino of the Year

The Mohegan Sun Arena, entertainment arm of the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut has positioned itself to be ranked as one of the top entertainment venue brands, and recently won their ninth award in seven years – “Casino of the Year” at the 2015 International Entertainment Buyers

Submitted by: Payton on October 27, 2015
Resorts Online Slots

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – October 16, 2015 – An already overwhelming suite of casino games is about to get even bigger. Resorts Digital Gaming today announced a deal with online slots developer NetEnt that will see games from the Swedish software developer added to the ResortsCasino.com and MoheganSunCasino.com desktops and mobile platforms.

Submitted by: Anonymous on October 20, 2015