Six Casinos Currently Offering Online Gaming to NJ PublicPublished on November 26th, 2013 4:15 pm EST
Earlier today, New Jersey officially become the 3rd state (Nevada, Delaware the two others) to offer legal online gaming.
The five day "soft launch" period came to an end earlier this week, with six companies officially being given the go-ahead to initiate a full launch. The six companies to receive the green light were:
-Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa
-Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino
-Tropicana Casino and Resort
-Bally's Atlantic City
-Caesars Atlantic City
The Golden Nugget Atlantic City is still tweaking and taking care of some issues and is expected to be given the green light soon.
Pokerstars, which operates the world's largest online poker site, hasn't received a transactional waiver as of yet and is reportedly still in discussions with New Jersey's Division of Gaming Enforcement.
New Jersey's full launch has not been without glitches. Geolocation snafus and credit card approval issues have been the two most commonly cited problems so far - despite the full launch, many eager New Jersey players are still finding themselves locked out of the sites.
Source: ABCNews.go.com - NJ Becomes 3rd State With Legal Online Betting
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