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Borgata granted first New Jersey online gaming licence

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Borgata has become the first casino to receive a New Jersey real-money online gaming licence.

Owned by land-based operators Boyd Gaming and MGM Resorts International, the venue has been officially approved to offer online casino and poker products to New Jersey residents in partnership with internet operators BwinParty.

New Jersey legislation requires any firm wishing to offer real-money online gaming to be allied with an Atlantic City land-based casino. New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement recently confirmed that online gaming would launch in the state on 26 November upon completion of a five-day “soft-play” period where invited players would test-run products.

The Division have also published a number of amendments to their online gaming regulations following a public comment period, which are set to come into effect on 21 October. A number of additional amendments which require a further comment period are being adopted on a temporary basis as of 28 October.
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