You may want to match pieces of candies like in Candy Crush, but a New Jersey regulator wants you to do it for real cash. The state Division of Gaming Enforcement is looking for proposals from game developers to conduct real cash gambling on skill based games making the US state a nationwide betting phenomenon as some have predicted. However, many people believe that the games are addictive and easy to access on smart phones and tablets which will cause an addictive behavior.
New Jersey Wants to Conduct Real Money Gambling on Social Games
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