Atlantic City’s Golden Nugget happens to be cleared for takeoff for New Jersey’s online casino market
The Borgata, or the Taj Mahal, we have good news: even more options are on the way for New Jersey online gamblers if you’re in the Garden State and haven’t yet been convinced to play the Internet with Caesars. The Golden Nugget Atlantic City has gained permission from New Jersey state casino regulators to begin offering online gambling this week, ending a hasty test period during which the casino ended up being asked to improve their software before they would be permitted access to the lucrative 9-million-person-plus market.
That permission was provided late last week, allowing the casino to start out offering online casino games as of this weekend.
And Then There Were Seven
Whenever New Jersey’s online gambling market went real time last month, six casinos were immediately cleared to begin offering games. But the Golden Nugget wasn’t itself was happy about among them, as their site and systems were experiencing glitches that neither state regulators nor the casino. At the time, Golden Nugget executives said that the website would not go live they played until they were convinced that their customers would be receiving a first-rate experience when.
And according to Golden Nugget general manager Tom Pohlman, that right time has come.
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