It is a well-known fact that Nevada and Delaware had entered a compact soon after they legalized online gambling in the states. New Jersey is now looking to join the group and share in the constantly growing player pool.
New Jersey has announced their decision to open their borders to players from Delaware and Nevada. Other states working towards online gambling regulation have also been invited to take part, and last week New Jersey accepted the offer.
Atlantic City based gaming servers will provide New Jersey with the proper gaming options, the Division of Gambling Enforcements announced on Thursday. A data center run by Caesars Atlantic City will be sending game frameworks to New Jersey with SG Interactive help.
Delaware will also pitch in with their iGaming platform to be used as a launch pad for the games. Other than over poker, there have not been other such inter-state gambling deals. The deal is approved on all sides a the parties re looking to implement it as soon as possible.
"This arrangement exemplifies a great collaborative effort between the Delaware Lottery, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, Scientific Games, and Caesars Interactive Entertainment," commented David Rebuck, Director of the New Jersey Division of Gambling Enforcements