“It will be huge,” said executive vice president of operations at Resorts Casino Hotel Aaron Gomes. “Anything that lets us be the first player in the game will give us a huge advantage over other markets. It would also create tons of jobs and tons of money for Atlantic City.”
If passed, online casino gambling would bring new jobs and additional revenue to the state and being the first to allow it would give New Jersey and upper hand in attracting Internet gambling companies.
The bill will likely head to the full house in the fall.