Nevada-Delaware shared poker network increasing little by little
April 9, 2015
The online poker industry in the United States seems to be working just fine. Legislations, bills, state vs federal regulations, are just the top of the iceberg. Several states have been able to manage themselves to avoid conflicts with the federal government, although opposition is arising, from every corner of the United States; for the most part, many land-based casino moguls were the first ones to consider online gambling market a threat. But the ones who really have it together could not be closing the door to such a profitable opportunity, also because it is absolutely ridiculous that a lucrative secure market, such as the online gaming industry, has to put out with the insecurities from land-based gaming industry’s executives. Online based markets are trendy as well as cost-effective; the development of Several states, such as Delaware, Nevada, and New Jersey, already started their own arrangements to introduce a new brand online gaming market in the United States, fighting back what online gambling detractors have built: a roadblock to prevent the online gambling industry from getting a hold of US players. Nevada and Delaware are two of the main gambling states in the US, although Delaware has been struggling to keep it up; low numbers, not enough players, not a very good start for any online industry. However, both states joined forces together to share pool players. The project had not been such a successful one, but conditions were not the most appropriate to achieve the high prospects gaming authorities were expecting. But it was just a matter of time; the market has finally recorded some increases for the first time in the past few months. Online poker traffic, has merged from both pools, Delaware and Nevada. Cash tables have registered an increment on traffic, just one percent. Nine out of ten gaming operators showed increases in traffic: Poker Stars, 888poker, iPoker, Bodog, Full Tilt Poker, Party Poker, Winamax.fr, and Adjarabet.