Having warned of "spiraling debt and job losses" among America's middle class as a result of legalised online gambling, Sheldon Adelson's Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling is now hitting out at states for failing to maximise iGaming revenue.

In an infographic released this week, the Coalition criticises the "floundering" of internet gambling in Delaware and New Jersey.

It notes that New Jersey's iGaming revenue has fallen short of the State Treasurer's predictions by 80 per cent, depriving the "cash-starved" state of $166m. It also notes that Delaware is not on track to meet its $5m revenue projection.

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