PokerStars refuses to lose the battle in assuring a space within the newly-regulated gaming market in New Jersey. A few days ago, a New Jersey appellate court ruled against PokerStars to terminate the acquisition agreement in purchasing the Atlantic Club in Atlantic City.
However, the world biggest poker site has found another way in entering the market. Sources recently announced that the firm has signed a partnership with Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City.
Meadowlands Matters Blog reported that PokerStars' aim with this deal is to provide the online gaming services to the casino as casinos are expected to go live later this year. It has been suggested that PokerStars actions are allegedly related to the partnership between Trump Taj Mahal and Ultimate Poker as their online provider.
Morris Bailey, Resorts Chairman, said this agreement "is another blue chip partner for Resorts to complete a wonderful series of brands".