Party Poker Claims Half of New Jersey’s Online Poker Market

Party Poker Claims Half of New Jersey’s Online Poker Market December 24, 2013 December 24, 2013 Tim Glocks
Posted on  Dec 24, 2013 | Updated on  Dec 24, 2013 by Tim Glocks

Party PokerData presented on indicates that Party Poker has succeeded in claiming half of New Jersey’s newly regulated online poker market.

The online poker room launched its services in New Jersey a month back.

The data indicates that Party Poker attracts a seven-day average traffic of 240 real money poker players.

Party Poker has merged player pools with an online poker room belonging to Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa, which is based in Atlantic City.

During the last two weeks, growth at Party Poker has been around 8 percent. The figure was mentioned by Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment, Party Poker’s parent company, in an update released last week.

The statement says,

In poker, revenues have grown since the introduction of our new poker client that is now available to approximately 65% of our customers, as well as from the launch into New Jersey where our network is the market leader.

Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment Plc has also stated that its casino sector has grown after launching in New Jersey.

According to data, has grabbed 30 percent of New Jersey’s real money online poker market as it gets a seven-day average traffic of 150 players to its real money poker tables. works with software belonging to 888 Poker. According to the numbers presented at, the growth percentage of has been the highest in comparison with other operators during the last two weeks. has exhibited 18 percent growth.

Initially, 888, a major gambling company based in London, launched the All American Poker Network (AAPN), an online poker network, in New Jersey’s newly regulated online poker industry. 888 Poker, a skin on the AAPN, has grabbed 15 percent of the market. During the past two weeks, AAPN has grown by 15 percent.

In brief, one can say that New Jersey’s online poker market is booming. One can find 480 real money poker players playing at all New Jersey online poker rooms at a given time. This number is more than double the number of players playing at Nevada online poker rooms at a given time despite the fact that Nevada online poker rooms were launched long before New Jersey launched its online gambling sites on Nov 26, 2013.

Party Poker, which was one of the most popular US online poker sites, had to leave the US because of the UIGEA 2006. Back after seven years, Party Poker is now on its way to reclaiming its lost glory.

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