Steve Wynn seeks to expand casino empire

Even though he referred to Atlantic City as “the enemy” a few months ago, Steve Wynn hopes to expand his casino empire as the company is eager to obtain a New Jersey gambling license. As the state is to go live on November 26th, many Atlantic City casinos have already revealed their gambling partners but, as far as Wynn Interactive’s plans, remain a mystery.

Spokeswoman for the Division of Gaming Enforcement, Lisa Spengler, said wynn’s petition for a casino license will remain confidential and further information will not be released any time soon.

As Wynn Interactive hasn’t announced any Internet gambling partnerships, it is suggested that the company is looking for a local alliance as Steve Wynn has important ties to Atlantic City.

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