By: Peetar Park
Special To GiN
Few people could have predicted it – the regulation of online casino games in New Jersey that’s precisely what happened when Governor Chris made the decision to fully regulate online casino games in the Garden State. 2014 saw the shuttering of one third of Atlantic City’s prized land-based casino establishments. Revenues receded from $5.2 billion in 2006 to approximately half of that by 2014.
Christie seized this opportunity to put his state back on the map – where it belongs. Each of the online casinos operating in New Jersey has characteristics of the top 10 best online casinos, including 100% safe and secures gaming, abundant online casino games variety, generous bonuses and promotions, professional customer support and big jackpot potential.
Features of Online Casinos
The Department of Gaming Enforcement requires that only legal age players within the state of New Jersey are allowed to play real money casino games. In the US, that age is 21.Another problem was the general misunderstanding among players that online gaming in New Jersey is now fully regulated and 100% legal.
Finally, the terms of the UIGEA make it a little difficult for US banks and financial institutions to process payments to online casinos and online sports books. As a result, Visa has an approval rate of 50% and MasterCard has an approval rate of 70%, but this year big changes are expected to boost the online gaming industry in New Jersey and beyond. Presently, New Jersey online gambling revenues account for 90% of all revenues generated by online gaming in the US. The other states provide various variety of casino games for online players or offline players. This year, California is another big player which will be eyeing the passage of online poker legislation.