New Jersey Gambling RegulationsPublished November 25, 2013 by OCR Editor
The launch of New Jersey's online gambling is November 26; as of now, Skrill is the only approved e-wallet to be accepted.
Pre-registration for various online casino sites in New Jersey is already underway, even though the state won't officially launch its online gambling until November 26. New Jersey is the third state in America to legalize online gambling, following Nevada, which has two internet poker sites, and Delaware, which offers full-blown casino services.
The question now looms whether the legalization of online gambling in New Jersey will lead to internet gambling across state borders. While Nevada and Delaware has already entered into talks about forming a poker compact, nothing is expected to materialize any time soon. Still, supporters of state internet gambling are looking to New Jersey to become a gambling hub for interstate gambling.
Skrill: Only e-Wallet Accepted
As of now, New Jersey has approved bonuses that are being offered to players, but is not allowing them for at least a month after the go-live date. New Jersey has also approved Skrill as the only digital e-wallet that is to be accepted by online casinos in the state.
Skrill, formerly known as Moneybookers, is an easy-to-use payment solution that only requires an account holder to have an email address. The payment method is available in a dozen languages, including English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Greek, Romanian, Russian, and Turkish.