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Is New Jersey's Online Gambling  Stealing Nevada's Thunder?
Is New Jersey's Online Gambling Stealing Nevada's Thunder?

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AIR DATE: December 3, 2013

New Jersey launched online gambling last week. Although the state is several months behind Nevada, there are already signs that they may be attracting many more companies that are interested in online gambling. New Jersey offers more games for online gamblers, and has a much larger population. Can Nevada compete with its East Coast rival? or is New Jersey destined to have a larger online market?

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Kevin Cochran, legal analyst, Gambling Compliance

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