The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has issued a letter to the state's e-Gaming applicants, stating that incomplete applications could slow down their license application.
The letter was written in response to glaring errors on the applications, which reportedly have not included complete contracts or are missing details on hardware specifications.
New Jersey blog site NorthJersey.com reported that the letter read: “The Division’s review of those submissions filed to date has revealed omissions where the applicant has failed to provide important hardware and specifications relating to technology, failed to have internet service providers disclose contracts with third-party vendors and/or failed to have copies of all relevant contracts with third-party service providers."
"The failure to provide such information is affecting the Division’s ability to review and approve submissions and address licensing issues necessary for the issuance of a transactional waiver or Interim Casino Authorization.”
All applicants who have applied for the license are required to provide information on the following topics: Hardware/Software, Geolocation, Know Your Customer age ID, Payment Processing, Responsible Gaming Measures, Anti-Money Laundering, Player Collusion, Remote Gaming Server, and Open Issues.