PokerStars NJ Licensing Process Drawing To A Close, Says Resorts Owner

Resorts AC Owner: NJ Regulators Close To Finishing PokerStars Approval Process

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More indications that PokerStars is moving toward a New Jersey return today, as the owner of Resorts – PokerStars’ NJ partner – indicated that the licensing process for the online poker giant is drawing to a close:

Bailey’s comments come on the heels of those from Amaya CEO David Baazov, who predicted a third quarter launch for PokerStars in New Jersey.

The comments were made as part of a press event announcing the opening of an iGaming lounge at Resorts AC.

Resorts offers online casino games in NJ in partnership with Sportech and NYX Gaming.

Bailey further suggested that a PokerStars-branded live poker room would likely follow if Stars wins approval in NJ:

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