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Online Gambling Lawyer
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Volume: 16 Issue: 12
(December 2017)

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new jersey nevada delaware i-gaming compact 27 september 2017 multi-state internet gaming agreement between nevada delaware compact allows

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The New Jersey, Nevada, and Delaware i-gaming compact

On 27 September 2017 the Multi-State Internet Gaming Agreement between Nevada and Delaware - a compact that allows the sharing of online poker liquidity between the two states - was amended to include New Jersey. This has led to the foundation of a Multi-State Internet Gaming Association, which will oversee the implementation of online poker and other permissible internet gambling games on an interstate basis, and ensure the correct implementation of the compactís terms. Christopher L. Soriano of Duane Morris LLP explains the background to the formation of this interstate i-gaming compact, and analyses its significance in the US online gaming landscape.

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