There’s an App For That: Gambling Changes Coming to Atlantic City


There’s an App For That: Gambling Changes Coming to Atlantic City

by CJ Griffin on August 17, 2012

Gambling in New Jersey has officially entered the digital age. Gov. Chris Christie recently signed a law authorizing the use of mobile gaming devices within New Jersey casino hotels.

The new law will allow patrons of hotels in Atlantic City to gamble outside the confines of the casino, i.e. while sitting by the pool, waiting for a dinner reservation, or simply walking around the property. The change is designed to make New Jersey casinos more competitive, as they continue to lose ground to gambling venues in surrounding states.

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