Senator Raymond Lesniak has introduced a new bill which will permit New Jersey’s licensed online gaming operators to take internet gaming transactions from other jurisdictions around the world, although neither sports betting or poker are included in the bill.

Introduced last week at the beginning of the state’s 2014/15 session, the bill (S692) authorises New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement to “provide licenses to foreign casinos, casino rooms, or licensed casinos to conduct restricted foreign internet wagering” to enable those persons to place wagers on casino games via the internet. It is restricted to players who do not reside in New Jersey or the US.

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