Caesar's of course has plenty of ties with Atlantic City and indeed owns four casinos on the East coast gambling resort in New Jersey. They are the Showboat Casino Hotel, Bally's Atlantic City, Caesar's Atlantic City and Harrah's Resort. They now with to get involved in the Garden State's new Online Poker venture and after launching beta testing just last week of the World Series of Poker branded real money site recently in Nevada it's application for a license in New Jersey should really come as no surprise. The subsidiary of Caesar's Entertainment Corporation submitted the application earlier in the month and one can only believe that the outcome will be in the positive due to it's existing ties, and this would mean that it could then offer it's product in both Nevada and New Jersey. Seth Palansky from Las Vegas-based Caesars Interactive Entertainment said that there is still a fair few hurdles to jump over but many believe they will all be formalities and that Caesar's Interactive will be able to offer a wide range of online games under the license on behalf of the four casinos owned in Atlantic City.

About Caesar's Interactive

Caesar's Interactive is managed by the well respected Mitch Garber and is a subsidiary of Caesar's Entertainment. They own and manage such brands as The World Series of Poker, Slotomania.com, Caesar's Bingo, and Bingo Blitz. They represent Caesar's in the online world, and do a very good job of it. As online gaming has grown in recent years so has this important part of the company and with the changing landscape in the United States it has never been a more important to the group. It offers a full product range of poker, casino and bingo and promotes Caesar's owned land based casinos too.