A state could launch Internet gambling operations within four months of consulting with New Jersey, the director of New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) said Wednesday.
“If you partner with New Jersey, I can guarantee you, you can be up and operating in anywhere from 90 to 120 days, and you can set whatever tax rate you want,” David Rebuck, the DGE director, told gaming executives attending the 19th Annual East Coast Gaming Congress in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
States have been reluctant to legalize Internet gambling in the wake of disappointing revenue totals from New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware since those three states began offering online gaming in 2013.
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