If so-called bad actors in the sports-betting business hope to go legit by obtaining a license in New Jersey, the state’s chief gambling regulator has two words to say, “Forget it.”
“A bad actor, as I define it, is very clear,” said David Rebuck, director of New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement.
“If I find out that you are actively engaged in doing illegal gambling in the United States, you’re barred,” Rebuck told GamblingCompliance during a recent interview in his office in Atlantic City.
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