According to the recently updated FAQ for online gambling regulations in the State of New Jersey.
Marketing affiliates will be required to gain a license in order to market regulated New Jersey casinos.
The fee for prospective affiliates is currently $2,000 which will be steep for affiliates who are just starting out.
New Jersey joins Nevada as the two states currently requiring affiliates to gain a license.
If you go to the NJ Online Gambling FAQ section you will see the following items outlined below:
Ancillary Casino Service Industry Enterprise License
- Marketing affiliates, junket enterprises, junket representatives, and enterprises providing other services including, but not limited to, payment processing and related money-transmitting services, customer identity, age verification, and geo-location verification used in the conduct of Internet gaming, regardless of any such enterprise’s contractual relationship with an Internet gaming permit holder, shall be licensed as an ancillary casino service industry enterprise.
- Application forms may be found at: http://www.nj.gov/oag/ge/forms.html
- See Enterprise Licensing Forms #’s 30A, 31A, 32A and 35.