The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has reached an agreement with the Kahnawake Gaming Commission (KGC) that will see the Canadian jurisdiction’s licensees finally blocked from accepting bets from US customers.

Discussions between the two regulators have concluded with a deal that will ensure no websites operating under a KGC licence will be available to US players in states where these companies are not authorised to operate, effective September 30th.

The regulators moved to address the issue after the DGE discovered that hosting solutions provider Continent 8 may have provided services to illegal iGaming sites, specifically Bovada.

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