The online gaming market in the U.S. started slowly in 2013 when Nevada legalized online poker. Six months later, Delaware introduced full online casino gaming and two weeks after that, New Jersey did the same. In a report titled “The Economic Impact of New Jersey Online Gaming: Lessons Learned,” the new iGaming advocate group, iDEA (iDevelopment and Economic Association), commissioned a study by Alan Meister of Nathan Associated and Gene Johnson of Victor Strategies to outline the growth of iGaming in the industry’s most successful state. The success is not only because New Jersey is the most populous of those states, but it also has implemented the most sensible and innovative process in the industry. While revenues in Delaware and Nevada remain flat since launch, New Jersey has seen impressive growth in the last two years.
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