PokerStars Looks toward New Jersey Market

July 23, 2013

New Jersey residents have received an email from PokerStars asking specifically about their gaming preference as regulated online poker sites within the state get closer to becoming reality.

PokerStars’s survey asks questions like “On a scale of 0-10 how likely would you be to recommend PokerStars to a friend or colleague?” and “If online casino games were licensed and regulated in New Jersey, how likely would you be to play these online?”

Residents were also asked how likely they would be to play online poker at PokerStars if the site receives a license and another specific question regarding Full Tilt Poker.

In order to offer New Jersey intrastate online gambling, PokerStars has teamed up with Resorts Casino Hotel with the earliest possible go-date being November.

Full Tilt is reportedly working on casino-style side games that would be available in addition to real money poker, but PokerStars will continue to offer only poker.

This isn’t the first survey PokerStars has sent to customers, but it is the first one to target the New Jersey market directly. A PPA survey from earlier this year did ask New Jersey residents if they preferred the PokerStars brand and found that there was “near unanimous support” for PokerStars.


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