New Jersey Inks the Poker Player Pool Deal with Nevada and Delaware

New Jersey's Online Poker Low Market Revenue in June

Pooling Players with Nevada and Delaware will Enhance Annual Revenue Growth

It was reported last week that Governor Chris Christie announced the garden state inked a poker player deal and will soon be teaming up with Delaware and Nevada. This is big news for players in the state. The agreement deal will allow for online players to play against other players in the two states. A date hasn’t been set yet when the pool will take place, but will be coming soon.

Chris Christie said, “New Jersey has been a pioneer in the development of authorized, regulated online gaming, which has been a budding success since its launch in late 2013. Pooling players with Nevada and Delaware will enhance annual revenue growth, attract new consumers, and create opportunities for players and internet gaming operators. This agreement marks the beginning of a new and exciting chapter for online gaming, and we look forward to working with our partners in Nevada and Delaware in this endeavor.”

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval said last year that online poker in the garden state would be “would be like putting together the Yankees and the Dodgers.” The time has come to see if Mr. Sandoval is right!


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