Two more Atlantic City casinos have been given the green light to offer internet betting services, as the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort and Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino were awarded internet gaming licenses by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.
The two licenses will allow the casinos to offer their betting services to people geographically located within New Jersey's borders beginning on November 26th. A five day trial period is set to begin on November 21st.
With the licenses, the Trump properties join The Borgata, and Golden Nugget Casino as the only licensed operators in The Garden State, although it is nearly certain that more licenses are upcoming.
Commenting on the licensing, Trump Entertainment Resorts CEO Robert Griffin said, "We are very pleased to get the third and fourth permits. We think this is a significant move for Atlantic City and for the Trump company. We're going to make the deadline of November."