Six of the seven casinos that were a part of the trail period for online gambling in New Jersey have now been given the go ahead to start up their full operations. The casinos that have been given the go ahead include Trump Plaza Casino, Trump Taj Mahal Casino, Caesars Online Casino, Bally’s Online Casino, Borgata’s online casino and Tropicana’s online casino. Each one of these casinos use a different software developer giving New Jersey players a lot of variety in their gambling on day one.

The operator who was not given the go ahead is Golden Nugget. This is Golden Nugget choice and it mutual with the state, their software need to be improved in order to appeal to the punters. The VP of Golden Nugget Thomas Winter commented on the non go ahead saying, “We want to make sure that our software and casino are of the highest quality before we go into full launch. We want our players to be satisfied with the gambling experience.”

The main concern for players in New Jersey now is actually playing these games. During the soft launch of online gambling in New Jersey ten thousand people registered an account with one of the eight different casinos available to them. A good amount of these registrations actually came from Philadelphia and New York City.

The demand for online gambling is clear within the United States of America. As more states allow for online gambling to be legal on a state level the federal government will begin to realize that this is what the people want. This will eventually lead towards the full legalization of online gambling, this includes on a state and federal level.