The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has published its internet gaming regulations for the state.
These regulations include some changes, such as a seven-year expiration on the internet gaming law rather than the 10-year period proposed by Governor Christie and incorporated into the law.
The publication of the regulations coincides with the publication of the Gaming Intelligence New Jersey Interactive Gaming Report, a comprehensive guide covering everything you need to know to do business in New Jersey.
In an exclusive interview, DGE director David Rebuck offers his thoughts on how iGaming will evolve in the state, US law firm Ifrah Law provides an analysis of his new regulations, and economic development agency Choose New Jersey reports on employment, tax and technical infrastructure.
The report is an essential research and reference tool. It also contains everything you need to know about the state’s casino operators and their finances; information about interstate agreements and neighbouring states; product information; plus all the essential statistics, facts and figures relating to the internet gaming opportunity.