High five: What have we learned from five years of New Jersey egaming?

This month marks five years since New Jersey Governor Chris Christie put pen to paper and signed internet gaming into law. Julian Rogers looks back at the frantic preparations in the run up to launch, how the industry gathered pace, and what lies ahead for online gaming in the Garden State

Words by Julian Rogers  When Malta-based consultant Mario Galea was hired by New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) to assist with the rollout of regulated online gaming, trudging across the Delaware Memorial Bridge in sub-zero temperatures wasn’t exactly in the job description. Yet Galea’s role quickly evolved organically due to the tight timeframe and…

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