Here are some of the top stories in mobile and online gaming that we’ve been monitoring in recent days.
Ahhhhh! California! Surf…sand…and poker? So, California is one of the next states trying to get online poker legalized. Compatiblepoker.com interviewed Mitch Garber, President and CEO of Caesars Acquisition Company. “Garber was asked about his predictions regarding the progress of legislation next year, and the bottom line is that he is very optimistic that we should be seeing online poker in the Golden State by 2015.”
In July, New Jersey raised its revenue back up to the $10mm mark. In Onlinepokerreport.com, Chris Grove notes that, according to the figures released from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, “The state’s regulated poker rooms and casino sites generated total revenue of $10.07mm during July.” That’s definitely up from the $9.5mm made in June.