BILL WOULD ALLOW FOREIGN INTERNET GAMING COMPANIES TO HUB IN NEW JERSEY

Foreign companies could do internet gaming business in New Jersey, if a new proposal gains traction. Senator Ray Lesniak bill would authorize the Division of Gaming Enforcement to provide licenses to companies that offer Internet gaming to other countries where it is legal, allowing overseas customers, including casinos, to place wagers on casino games via the Internet. The service would be restricted to foreign countries and regulatory agreements would have to be implemented between New Jersey and the foreign jurisdiction.

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