NJ Casino Control Commission
Starting today, New Jersey joins only two other states — Delaware and Nevada — in offering Internet gambling within its borders.
Mitchell Garber, CEO of Caesars Interactive Entertainment, was grilled on how he oversaw gambling for a firm based in Gibraltar that accepted online bets from Americans.
The tribe, which owns casinos in the Poconos and in Connecticut, now has a 10-percent stake in Atlantic City’s first gambling hall.
”Revel” will start welcoming guests next month, with the casino expected to open in May.
One of the more troubled casinos in Atlantic City has bought itself a new financial lease on life with a deal approved by New Jersey’s Casino Control Commission.
All but three of the more than 250 people who work at the commission have now received layoff notices, which were expected as Governor Chris Christie’s plan to revitalize Atlantic City gaming plays out.