Analysis: Mixed reactions meet New Jersey egaming law

Stocks of European operators with NJ ties see strong uplift, while California business group slams bill for "weakening" eligibility requirements to enter gambling market.

It was anti-climatic in the end but after almost four years, two vetoes and a whole load of uncertainty, New Jersey's online gambling bill was finally signed into law yesterday, ushering in a new era for the US gaming industry. The milestone event has already had positive ramifications for the share prices of companies hoping…

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