Golden Nugget has a NJ online gambling permit

On Wednesday, the Golden Nugget casino in Atlantic City was awarded an online gambling license by the state’s Division of Gaming Enforcement, making it the second casino to obtain one right after the Borgata.

Online gambling will initiate on November 21st with an invitation-only five day trial period and if everything goes according to plan, official online gambling will be available from November 26th. The Golden Nugget will be offering online casino games and poker, powered by Bally Technologies and via its own websites and brands.

Tom Pohlman, VP and GM of Golden Nugget Casino had this to say: “All players that desire to gamble online deserve a fair and trustworthy experience. Rest assured, that is our customer commitment, and unlike others, we have an Atlantic City land-based casino to stand behind our online brand.”

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