NJ Online Gambling Revenues Come In Below ExpectationsAtlantic City casinos brought in nearly $8.5 million in the first five weeks of online gambling. That figure is off track towards meeting the state's projected $1.2 billion mark at the end of June and slightly below the expectations of Union Gaming Research.
6 New Jersey Casinos Start Taking Bets OnlineState regulators approved six casinos for Internet gambling effective immediately.
New Jersey Becoming 3rd State To Offer Internet Gambling For the first time, people in New Jersey will be able to click a mouse or swipe a screen to gamble online.
Online Gamblers Near N.J. Borders May Be Shut Out By Digital FencesTechnology companies working with the Atlantic City casinos tell The Associated Press they intentionally set their digital fences slightly away from the edge of New Jersey's borders.
Expert Warns Coming N.J. Online Gambling Opens Doors To AddictsNew Jersey is extending its self-exclusion list to allow people to ban themselves from online betting.
Online Gambling To Begin In N.J. Next MonthThe state Gaming Enforcement Division told The Associated Press on Friday that Atlantic City's casinos may begin a "soft play'' period on Nov. 21 for invited guests. If all goes well, the casinos can begin full Internet gambling at 9 a.m. on Nov. 26.
Gov. Christie Signs Internet Gambling Bill Into LawEarlier this month, the legislature approved a different online gambling bill that was vetoed by Christie who called for slight changes to the measure. The changes were adopted and the bill passed by large margins in the state Assembly and Senate on Tuesday.
Borgata Rolling The Dice On New Gambling TechnologyThe Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City said it will become the first casino in the United States to let guests gamble over hotel room TV sets starting on Feb. 18.
Christie Issues Conditional Veto Of Internet Gambling BillIn a statement that read more like an endorsement than a veto, Christie said he supports online gambling, with some minor changes, including bumping up the tax rate on casinos' online winnings from 10 percent to 15 percent.
Atlantic City Casino Workers Push Christie To Sign Online Gambling BillThe president of Atlantic City's largest casino workers' union called on Gov. Chris Christie to sign an Internet gambling bill, saying online betting revenue could make the difference between two or more casinos surviving or having to close.
New Jersey Sen. Raymond Lesniak Pushes Online Bet BillLesniak said he'll try to get a bill through the Legislature and on Gov. Chris Christie's desk by next week. The goal is to make New Jersey the national leader in online gambling.
Gov. Christie Vetoes Internet Gambling BillNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has vetoed a bill that would have made his state the first in the nation to legalize Internet gambling.