New Jersey’s single online gambler bet $78 Million in 2015

By | September 8, 2016

New Jersey’s single online gambler bet $78 Million in 2015It is a great example of online gambling industry doing really well in New Jersey. According to Rutgers University study and Garden State gaming regulators, a single online gambler of the state made a whooping bet of at least $78 Million in the year 2015.

There are only three states of the country allow online gambling for real money in their state and they are New jersey, Nevada and Delaware out of which New Jersey controls more than 90 percent of online gambling market.

The state’s gambling regularity offer both peer to peer gaming as well as online casino games such as Slot machines, video poker, Craps and Blackjack.

New Jersey has five online gambling operators and eighth brick casino in the state. Meanwhile the brick casino number will come to seven in October 2016, after Trump Taj Mahal will be closed for visitors.

At least 5.3 percent of gamblers made their bets using online casino platforms in New Jersey, as compared to 19.2 percent who made their bets using both brick casinos as well as internet casinos in Atlantic City.

The study indicates that only 28 percent of account creators made their bet for real money in the state at internet bases casino sites. While you will have to be physically located in the state of New Jersey to play for real money casino, but you can create your sign up account, even if you are out of the state or residing anywhere in the world.

The report also states that thousands of new accounts have been created at online casino portals in the state.

This latest study on casino gambling and gamblers behavior shows that most of the gamblers (almost 69 percent) of the state only registered with a single gambling site, whereas 19 percent were registered with two or more gambling portals.

The study says that 76.7% of the gamblers of the state are men, while 23 percent are women.