Jackpot247 Expects More Business As US States Consider Online Gambling

Jackpot247 Expects More Business As US States Consider Online Gambling February 11, 2014 February 11, 2014 Tim Glocks https://www.poker-online.com/author/tim
Posted on  Feb 11, 2014 | Updated on  Feb 11, 2014 by Tim Glocks

Jackpot247Black Friday resulted in the ban of online gambling throughout the United States and as a result a number of companies were put out of business and other large gambling corporations had to wind up their U.S based operations and take a cut in revenue.

However, all that changed in 2013 when Nevada became the first state to approve online gambling. Since then, New Jersey and Delaware have followed suit and online poker can now be played as long as the players are physically located within these states.

Jackpot247 are specialists when it comes to online gambling and provide clients with a number of popular internet casino games such as video poker and live blackjack. The company is excited about the latest news coming in from the U.S. poker market where reports suggest that another 10 states are considering the legalization of online gambling. While it is highly unlikely that the U.S. will legalize online poker throughout the nation in 2014, there is a higher probability that other states will follow Nevada and New Jersey and legalize online poker.

Gambling Compliance, a group tracking gambling related legislation around the world has stated that close to ten US states are currently contemplating regulating internet gambling for residents in 2014. If and when this happens, Jackpot247 will look to capitalize and take a major share of the online gambling market as it supplies online gambling companies with the software and games required to set up an online gambling website.

In a statement, a representative of Jackpot247 said

With the success New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware have had with legalized online gambling over recent months, it’s no surprise that so many additional US states are considering making the same decision, and it’s fantastic that internet poker and online casino games are becoming more regulated across the country. With ten states planning to make the move in 2013, predictions that 2014 will be an even bigger year for the industry don’t appear to be unfounded.

Jackpot247 currently designs, and operates live roulette games that are broadcast on Sky channel 86 and ITV. The company has a wide portfolio of popular casino games including, roulette, poker, arcade games and Jackpot 247 casino slots that can be played online and also on a mobile device.

Should these 10 states legalize online gambling, Jackpot247 will face stiff competition as the online gambling market is considered to be one of the most lucrative markets in the U.S. right now.

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