Delaware and Nevada Seal Online Gambling Deal

07/12/2014
By Pamela PattersonGoogle
Despite controversy over the three states operating online gambling commissions that allow players in the states play real money online gambling games such as poker, roulette, blackjack, slots and more, the US online gambling market shows no sign of slowing down.

Initial predictions regarding the tax revenue raised for the state governments and the profits predicted by the operators themselves are under original market models created. However, that hasn’t deterred the online gambling market moving steadily up in popularity in the states.

It seems the main limitations have been that the three states have not been interacting and rather the online gambling operators that have purchased licenses to offer their services over the internet have been running their operations independently in each state. For example, you have Ultimate Bet and Ultimate Poker New Jersey and a separate Ultimate Bet and Ultimate Poker in Nevada and so on.

At the moment each network runs its own casino bonus codes with nearly all of the casinos running no deposit bonus codes to initially attract the attention of those interest in signing up. Something that most poker sites on the global market are not offering.

With the new agreement between the two states, it means games such as poker can only be contested amongst players within the same state. This has sparked a new deal that has confirmed Delaware and Nevada players can now play against each other.

The revelations are huge for the online poker market because it means rather than the weekly $50,000 guaranteed prize pool events attracting roughly 300+ players, the joint efforts will mean the tournaments will stir up larger fields of players, and that could also mean there will be increased prize pools.

For some the news isn’t that great because being a professional player in Delaware means your competition is limited thus it is easier to win more regularly in tournaments versus only a handful of good players, whereas in comparison the worldwide market attracts thousands of good players as competition.




Even though it may not be the best news for some poker players, the news has been welcomed by the poker operators who can now expand their markets. Analyst Grant Sheridan has said that the fact the players will be gambling across state borders is a ‘Game Changer’. This is a massive breakthrough for online gambling in the US.

Included in the deal was a clause that also mentions that there is room for expansion to the network created between Delaware and Nevada. Other states in the US will also be allowed to join should they wish to legalise online gambling in their states creating a countrywide network for online poker.

One of the biggest supporters of the move, Brian Sandoval; the Governor of Nevada, has said that this is exactly the tool needed to pioneer a well-structured online gambling market in the US, so it seems that governmental support is high despite new bills rumoured to have been running through Congress to make online gambling in the US illegal through Federal law that cannot be overridden by state laws. 
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