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    Default Some in N.J. may get shut out of iGaming sites due to strict geolocation standards

    This has also been the case in Nevada. It's an imperfect system, and regulators would rather be overly cautious than let people outside a state's borders gamble online.

    “Unfortunately for some people, there may not be sufficient verification that they are in New Jersey, even if they are, and they'll be denied,” New Jersey’s DGE’s director, David Rebuck, said.
    http://www.igamingbusiness.com/news/...-state-borders

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    Yeah it makes sense. Back in the olden Microgaming days they tried to ring-fence certain states, but it never fully worked.
    The solution was to have the customer get a static IP address and manually add that IP address to the 'permitted' list.

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