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New Jersey fully live with real-money online gaming

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real-money online gaming has launched in New Jersey following a five-day test period.

Six of Atlantic City’s seven land-based casinos to hold a New Jersey Internet Gaming Permit have been approved to go live in the Garden State with online poker and casino products.

The Golden Nugget have not yet been given the go-ahead by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) and will delay their full launch by a week while they work on some customer experience issues.

The partnership between online operators Party Poker and Borgata Casino – one of the six land-based venues to go live – has launched with four online brands.

Real-money online casino gaming will be offered at borgatacasino.com and partypoker.com/casino, with poker play available at borgatapoker.com and nj.partypoker.com.

As well as tournament and cash-game play the nj.partypoker.com site will also offer fast-fold variant FastForward, Sunday Majors tournaments boasting guaranteed prize pools, and qualifiers for live WPT events.

New Jersey is the third US state to launch real-money online gaming after Nevada and Delaware.
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