Atlantic City's Resorts Casino Hotel has announced the launch of its Internet Gaming Lounge this week, bringing a relaxed and player friendly experience to punters.
The new lounge is available through ResortsCasino.com and is fully licensed by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. Players can then get in on a variety of slots from developer such as NextGen Gaming, table games, video poker, and more.
Resorts Owner Morris Bailey spoke about the launch of the lounge as well as online betting in general this week. He was optimistic about the future of online betting and noted that he feels online gaming compliments land operations and does not cannibalize business.
"Some people fear the competition of online gambling to the brick-and-mortar casino. I think it's going to be an asset," Bailey said.
Moving forward Resorts is partnering up with PokerStars, who is currently awaiting licensing in the Garden State.