Online gaming is nothing new to US players, but online casino games are an entirely different ballgame. For several years after the UIGEA of 2006, online casino operators exited the US market in their droves. However, the Department of Justice (DoJ) in conjunction with Federal Law found that there were in fact no de facto grounds for having online casino operators not operate in US cyberspace and the issue has been left for states to decide. By 2013, Caesars Interactive Entertainment managed to partner up with land-based casinos in New Jersey to offer exciting online casino games to NJ residents. With Governor Christie’s seal of approval, NJ became a hub for online casino games in late 2013. It is one of three US states to allow fully regulated online casino games – the other two being Delaware and Nevada. Players can play blackjack online, slots online, video poker online and scores of progressive jackpot games too. To further accommodate players, it’s possible to play for free and to enjoy a no-download gaming platform too.