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The online gambling specialists at Super Casino were interested to learn recently that 32,000 accounts have been created for online gambling in New Jersey.

New Jersey is the third state to introduce internet betting, after Nevada and Delaware, and the state’s Division of Gaming Enforcement says 32, 277 accounts have now been created, 5,000 of which were made on Thanksgiving Day. Regulators have stated that they cannot give accurate answers at the moment as to how many different gamblers made bets online, however it marks the biggest expansion in gambling in New Jersey since the first Atlantic City casino opened in 1978.

Dedicated to pursuing industry updates and developments, the team behind take a natural interest in the expansion of the market. A representative from the firm explains how online gambling is becoming more popular around the world.

“It’s interesting to see such a fast uptake as soon as regulations were passed in New Jersey. It reflects the pace at which the industry is growing around the world. The variety of casino games available in the UK is growing as well as the options for how these are played, with mobile games becoming much more widespread. Overseas, a growing number of countries have started introducing the activity so we’re interested to see how this is received, and the level of popularity.”

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Daniel Solomou
Super Casino

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