Atlantic City casinos team up with online operators

As soon as the new gambling regulations come into play, all twelve of Atlantic City’s casinos have announced they will launch new online gambling sites. As for now, ten of them have already chosen their online partners and the other two remaining are still deciding which company to work with before deadline, July 29th.

The four Caesars entertainment casinos will work with 888 Holdings, The Borgata will partner with Bwin.party, Bally Technologies has teamed up with the Golden Nugget Casino, Trump Plaza is with Betfair and the Tropica casino has partnered with Gamesys, to mention a few.

Nevertheless, some of these new partnerships might face problems in the near future. It is known for example, that Bwin.party has not been able to assure a licence with the Nevada authorities and that The Rational Group, parent company of PokerStars, has had several problems with US authorities in the past.

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