Licensed Casinos in New Jersey

After waiting for years for the law to recognize and legalize online gambling, New Jersey residents can now enjoy the freedom of gambling from the comfort of their homes. Several casinos are now licensed under the main land-based casinos in Atlantic City as per the law, and now you can win real money as you lay in your bed.

List of Licensed Casinos in New Jersey

There are now several online casinos in New Jersey, among them these; The Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino, The Tropicana Casino, Caesars Atlantic City, Bally’s Atlantic City, The Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort, and the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa.

These licensed online casinos have kept their heads up regardless of the fierce competition from upcoming online ventures and they all seem to be having a good run since none of them has folded yet.

Regulation by the New Jersey Casino Control Commission

All casinos in NJ, whether online or offline are regulated by the New Jersey Casino Control Commission to ensure that they follow the set rules and that customers are treated right. Any New Jersey licensed online casino will request that you create an account before you start playing and that you be at least aged 21 to participate. You also have to be within the borders of the state to create the said account or to gamble in NJ.

How does the commission know that you are logging in from within the state? GeoLocation software, that’s what. This way, boundaries are respected and everyone stays within their jurisdiction.

Are there new plans in the horizon for New Jersey gamblers? Well, we have seen the state’s gambling industry go from strength to strength, and no doubt that is bound to keep happening in the future. Sportsbooks have also been launched and online sports gambling is becoming the newest adventure for sports lovers. So much seems to be in store.