Live casinos accepting US players
The US online gambling landscape is changing rapidly with a number of states choosing to legalize and regulate online casino gambling. New Jersey is leading the charge in this regard and residents there can now play live games from leading platforms, at locally licensed and regulated online casinos.
Players resident in New Jersey can play live dealers at these casinos:
888 New Jersey:
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At 888’s New Jersey market facing online casino, players can access tables from Evolution Gaming’s recently launched Atlantic City dealer studio. In-casino tables from the likes of Resorts Casino Hotel, and Ocean Resort Casino are on their way also.
Unibet New Jersey:
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Unibet entered the New Jersey regulated casino market when they added live tables from Evolution Gaming’s Atlantic City dealer studio in December 2018.
Betfair New Jersey:
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Betfair, in partnership with Atlantic City’s Golden Nugget Casino, and live games provider Ezugi began offering live dealers to New Jersey residents in 2017.
A note on live (online) casino options for American (US resident) players
Since the passing of UIGEA, US players have had their work cut out for them finding online gambling sites accepting their custom. Many of the larger online gambling operators, those with a significant terrestrial presence or stock exchange listing and/or EU region license pulled out of the of the US market until such time as the legal position is clearer, or a licensing regime is introduced.
The list of casinos offering live dealer games is dominated by these larger operators – probably due to the large investment and higher marginal cost of offering this service to customers. 888, bet365, Unibet, William Hill, Bwin, Betfair, Genting, Betsson etc are all heavyweights in the gambling/online gambling world but all currently adopt a no-US-wide player policy.
As a consequence, finding a live dealer casino accepting US customers is not easy, simply because there are not many of them. Although this may change in the future with developments in New Jersey, Delaware and other states choosing to legalize online casino games in the wake of the DOJ’s softened online gambling stance.
The regulatory landscape is changing however and 2018 has been somewhat of a landmark year with Authentic Gaming and Foxwoods Casino teaming up to offer the first US based live dealer product to players outside the US (and within New Jersey). A raft of Atlantic City casinos are soon to start doing the same. Hopefully, in time these tables will be made available to players across more US states.