Here’s What’s Happening in Mobile Gaming

Here's What's Happening in Mobile GamingUnplugged from the mobile gaming and online gambling news space? Here’s a chance to get plugged back in thanks to the top headlines recently shared by our sister site mGamingWatch.

From November 21st-26th, the state of New Jersey permitted limited online wagering as a precursor to yesterday’s statewide launch of real money online gambling, According to published reports Wednesday, 17,000 people placed online bets during the soft launch period.

The moment of truth has arrived in New Jersey. Earlier today, online gambling officially commences in the Garden State, following a five day trial period that, while revealing glitches in the system, passed the most critical tests designed to expose any significant flaws in the online gambling infrastructure.

Sheldon Adelson, CEO of Las Vegas Sands, isn’t going away. According to a report Friday, online gambling is so distasteful to him that he is “willing to spend a lot of money in order to support a ban on it.”

One major issue that seems to be standing in the way of states that are legalizing online gambling is that banks and even PayPal either severely or completely restrict the transactions that are made through gambling sites.

888 Holdings announced Tuesday that iGaming in Delaware is now live. Through the European online and mobile gaming giant’s platform, Delaware residents of legal age can now enjoy digital poker, table games, and slots from their home computers and mobile devices.

Is online gambling coming to California? Could be. And that’s according to the Commissioner of California’s Gambling Control Commission, Richard Schuetz.