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    Default New Jersey online gaming underwhelms in year one

    This should not come as a shock to anyone who has followed online gaming and specifically revenue figures from New Jersey over the past year. But it's always interesting to hear reports from those not necessarily in the industry.

    Watch this video from MyCentralJersey.com: http://www.mycentraljersey.com/video...1/24/19489149/

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    Tried to take a look on NJ casinos - are all powered by IGT/BALLY/888 - that's it?
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    IGT makes great games, and since they make a lot for land based casinos I see that as a good fit.

    Bally has served the land based market for a long time, although I am not as big of a fan.

    But of course, we couldn't really expect anyone or any organization with US Government involvement top just do the right thing and go to a few of the most respected properties that have more than 10 years serving players worldwide and run their games for them huh? (Will Hill, Bet365, BetFred etc)

    Nope that would have saved them millions in start-up costs, they would have been up and running within weeks instead of how long it did take them, and of course the tech issues they have seen, were seen AND overcome mostly more than 10 years ago.

    Hmmmm, yep sounds like the governement was involved SOMEHOW.

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