In November 2013 New Jersey became the third state in the US to regulated online gambling, and unlike Nevada, New Jersey residents may play online casino games as well as online poker. After a short 5 day soft launch and testing period, the green light for approved operators was given and those land based casinos that held licenses for online gambling and had successfully taken part in the testing period released their product statewide. All 12 casinos in Atlantic City hold internet gaming licenses, however only 7 have gone online to date, much the same as in Nevada where many licenses have been granted however there are only 2 online poker rooms that are live. The 7 live online casinos in New Jersey are The Borgata, Caesar’s Atlantic City, Bally’s, Trump Taj Mahal, Trump Plaza, The Tropicana and although there was a slight hitch at the Golden Nugget, they got the approval they required late in the day. Each casino has their own site, some more than one, and they all use different software providers, and right here are the full details of each.
|2.||Caesar’s Atlantic City||Platform: Amaya||www.caesarscasino.com|
|4.||Trump Taj Mahal||Platform: Ultimate Gaming||www.ucasino.com|
|5.||Trump Plaza||Platform: Betfair||www.BetfairCasino.com|
|7.||Golden Nugget||Platform: Bally Technologies|