The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement’s (NJDGE) main objective is to protect the public interest and keep the gambling industry free from organized crime, making sure casino operators, it’s vendors and employees holds good character and integrity. The division was created in 1977 under the Casino Control Act.
Every direct or indirect vendor or operator need to apply for a license and pass the license application investigation performed by the DGE. The division passes on findings to the Casino Control Commission (CCC) who will ultimately decide whether the applicant will be granted or denied a license.
The division is also responsible for the enforcement of the regulatory framework created by the CCC. Examples of such regulations is: No underage gambling, rules of the games are followed, compliance amongst the casino employees. Basically, anything that would involve the daily operations of running a casino. The DGE is monitoring the casino operations in New Jersey on a day-to-day basis.
Licensed and operating Sports Wagering Lounges
Bally’s Casino Hotel Sports Book
Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa Race and Sports Book
Golden Nugget – The Sports Book
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Sports Book
Harrah’s Casino Hotel Sports Book
DraftKings Sports Book at Resorts
The Meadowlands Racetrack
Monmouth Park Sports Book by William Hill
Ocean Resort – William Hill Sports Book
Tropicana – William Hill Sports Book
Licensed and operating online sports wagering pools – Casinos with online sports pools
Bally’s Atlantic City
Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa
Golden Nugget Hotel Casino & Marina
Hard Rock Hotel Casino
Ocean Resort Casino
Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City
Racetracks with online sports pools
Meadowlands Racing and Entertainment
CAESARS INTERACTIVE ENTERTAINMENT NEW JERSEY – AFFILIATE OF BALLY’S ATLANTIC CITY
Every single electronic gaming equipment needs to fulfill the standards of the Casino Control Act and the rules and regulations issued under it. The Technical Services Bureau (TSB) is responsible for the execution of regulations within New Jersey. TSB are required to test slot machine functionality such as correct payouts, jackpot payouts, security etc before they can be placed in an Atlantic City casino.