Can I Play On New Jersey Online Gambling Websites If I Live in New York?

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Apr/04/2014
Can I Play On New Jersey Online Gambling Websites If I Live in New York?

Live in New York State but you wish to play on one of New Jersey’s online gambling websites?  You can do so, with a catch.

All of New Jersey’s licensed and regulated Internet gambling websites incorporate geolocation technology that prevents individuals from placing real money bets from outside the Garden State.

But not being a resident of New Jersey does not prevent one from playing for real money.  You simply have to be physically located inside the state.  Whether it’s a park, hotel room, library, Starbucks, on a train, simply bring along your wireless hub or access a public Internet hot spot and you are good to go.

Those residing in New York state, or any state for that matter, are welcome to play for free on nearly all the online gambling websites if not physically located inside New Jersey.

You will need a credit card or banking information for ACH deposits and payouts.  It is highly recommended that individuals set up their accounts prior to entering New Jersey.  This allows one to start playing for real money immediately.

Most sites offer all the popular casino games and poker.

- Payton O’Brien, Gambling911.com

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