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Weeks after they signed a sportsbetting supply deal with DraftKings, the Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City also announced that they've signed a similar deal with .
The agreement will see Resorts getting a sportsbetting solution from SBTech, which will work on the property as well as through online and mobile verticals. The agreement has to be okayed by regulators in New Jersey. Last month Resorts inked a supply deal with DraftKings, who in turn signed a deal with Kambi Group to help grow their own platform.
Sportsbetting is growing in New Jersey after it was legalized in June, as the Garden State hurries to begin offering sports wagers to players. A variety of Boardwalk casinos are already offering the service to players, as is Monmouth Park.
It's expected that the platform will go live soon and we'll update readers as we learn more.