New Jersey regulator unveils new proposals to boost online gaming

Proposed regulatory amendments approve multi-site progressive slot games and bet-behind wagers for live dealer games

The New Jersey regulator, the Division of Gaming Enforcement, has unveiled a new set of proposals designed to boost online gaming revenue in the state. The proposals, published this week, include official approval of multi-website progressive slot games and the introduction of a “bet behind” wager on live dealer games. The new rules, which are…

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