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All Atlantic City casinos want online gambling
The applications deadline was last June and simply all twelve land based casinos in Atlantic City filled the form to start operating online gambling sites which can be seen online by the end of 2013.
The potential revenue for Atlantic City online gambling market is expected from $500 million to $1 billion yearly.
The Borgata and MGM Resorts are in the list of brick and mortar casinos that have plans to partner up with online gambling providers.
"For applicants that meet this filing deadline, the Division will be in a position to determine if they can commence Internet gaming operations by the go-live date," Spengler told the Reuters news agency.
The law to regulate and license online gambling website was signed early this year, following important moves in Nevada and Delaware.
All regulated companies should keep their servers based in Atlantic City and online gambling providers must sign partnerships with companies and operators based in this state.