New Jersey has granted 5 licenses so far

New Jersey has granted its fifth online gambling license in their effort towards mobilizing the state into properly regulated and legalized online gambling and poker. After a 5 day invitation-only test phase, the state plans to officialy launch online gambling on November 26th.

So far, the following land-based casinos have been granted online gambling permits by the state’s Division of Gaming Enforcement: Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, the Golden Nugget Atlantic City, Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino, the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort and the Tropicana Casino and Resort.

Caesar’s Entertainment, who own four casinos in Atlantic City, has partnered up with 888 Holdings to provide Caesars Atlantic City, Bally’s Atlantic City, Harrah’s Resorts Atlantic City and the Showboat Casino Hotel with an online and mobile gaming platform.

The Borgata has chosen to partner with, while the Resorts Casino Hotel has chosen PokerStars. The Tropicana chose to partner up with Gamesys Limited for their online gaming service.

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