New Jersey Opens Registration For Online Poker and Casino Websites

New Jersey Opens Registration For Online Poker and Casino Websites November 11, 2013 November 11, 2013 Tim Glocks
Posted on  Nov 11, 2013 | Updated on  Nov 11, 2013 by Tim Glocks

New JerseyPoker players across New Jersey will be happy to know that 5 websites have now officially opened up for registration in the state of New Jersey.

Those who would like to start playing can visit,,, and the and sign up. One of the advantages of pre registration is that players could be given the opportunity to take part in New Jersey’s soft launch which is expected to take place on the 21st November.

If there are no unexpected issues with these launches, then all of these websites will be officially live from the 26th of November. The state of New Jersey also expects a few more websites to be ready to launch their operations as the deadline approaches.

The state of New Jersey has also announced that 7 partnerships have been approved for transactional waivers. These 7 Atlantic City casinos have been granted transactional waivers from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement encouraging them to take part in the regulated online gaming market.  The 7 casinos that have been granted this waiver include Bally’s which has Partnered with Caesars Interactive and 888; Caesars which has partnered with Caesars Interactive and Amaya Gaming affiliates; Trump Taj Mahal who has partnered with Fertitta Acquisitionsco (Ultimate Gaming); Tropicana –who has partnered with Gamesys and affiliates; Golden Nugget who has partnered with Bally Gaming, SHFL, Amaya and affiliated companies; Trump Plaza who has partnered with GameAccount (Betfair), SHFL, Amaya Gaming and affiliated companies and the Borgata who has partnered with and Amaya Gaming affiliates.

Not all the casinos that applied for the waiver, received one. Both PokerStars and the Resorts International were not granted a transactional waiver during the first wave of approvals. The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement is expected to release another list on the 15th of November and could feature PokerStars and the Resorts International.

There are other companies who are also eligible to apply for a transactional waiver. The eligibility for this is that they must form a partnership with a brick and mortar casino. Some of the other companies who could get a waiver include Rush Street Interactive; Evolution New Jersey LLC; Williams Interactive LLC;  Paddy Power North America Inc; Genesis Gaming Inc; Betable New Jersey LLC; Scientific Games International Inc and Pala Interactive LLC.

Wynn was another company that did not feature on the list of approvals from New Jersey gaming regulators and could also be included on the 15th November announcement.

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