Trump Plaza partners with Betfair for online gambling

Trump Plaza has announced it is entering into partnership with one of the United Kingdom’s biggest online gaming companies, Betfair. The partnership is intended to extend Trump Plaza’s reach unto the New Jersey online gambling and poker markets once they open up in November 26th. Betfair already owns 4NJBets which is the only real money horse-racing platform available to New Jersey residents.

Paul La Fontaine, managing director of gaming for betfair, stated: “New Jersey is leading the way by launching online gaming and creating a new economy. Betfair brings more than a decade of online experience, and through our platform will be pleased to enable play anywhere, anytime, through web and mobile devices.”

Trump Plaza’s partnership with Betfair has been in the talks for several months now but confirmation of an alliance was not official until Wednesday morning. Betfair currently has over 4 million cutomers registered to its platform of services.

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