Weekly Roundup October 18 2013

Weekly Roundup October 18 2013

Three More New Jersey Licenses Issued this Week

Golden Nugget, Trump Plaza and Trump Taj Mahal all received their internet gaming licenses this week in New Jersey.  This brings the total number of licensees in New Jersey to four after Borgata was approved last week. The issuing of a license does not guarantee a site will launch on November 26th, the expected date that New Jersey regulated gaming will go live.  Software providers must be approved and all testing must be completed before a company will be allowed to offer online gaming in Nevada.

The Division of Gaming Enforcement’s website shows up to date information on licensed companies here.

Juicy Stakes Players Reporting Processed Cashouts

Players throughout the world are reporting processed cashouts from Juicy Stakes after it was acquired by Zagox Management last week.  All pending withdrawal requests were canceled.  Players were required to initiate new withdrawals in the Juicy Stakes cashier.  The maximum cashout is currently $1,000, down from the previous cap of $3,000.  The fees for US players to receive a check or Western Union withdrawal is $100, although this fee is waived if a player rakes $25 between October 14th and the time a withdrawal request is submitted.

Players in the US have reported cashouts in six days.  Players in the rest of the world have seen ewallet withdrawals processed in as few as two days.

Full Tilt Poker Promotions Not Considered in Remission Payments

The Garden City Group announced that any pending bonuses, FTP Points and tournament tickets will not be considered a portion of a player’s balance.  Only cash that was already in an account and not tied to affiliate or vendor payments will be considered in claims.  Players have another month to make fraud claims at FullTiltPokerClaims.com.

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