Caesars Interactive's New Online Deal Links Multiple States

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Internet poker players from New Jersey, Nevada, and Delaware will be able to face-off against each other starting next month, in a long-awaited expansion of online gambling.

Officials with Caesars Interactive Entertainment say that its two online poker brands plan to go live in all three states on Tuesday, May 1st.

It would be the first joint play online arrangement linking multiple states.

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Caesars anticipates regulatory approval from all three states and has submitted its software for testing in all three jurisdictions.

Officials say the goal is to increase the number of people playing online at the same time in order to make the games more appealing.

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