With the launch of New Jersey intrastate online gaming just three weeks away, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has published a list of ancillary companies and related vendors that have been given the go head to enter into agreements with internet gaming licensees. The document, published November 1st, lists 54 companies that are now authorized to participate in online gaming in the Garden State.
A dozen of the companies are categorized as ancillary, meaning these companies will be able to provide goods or services necessary to support gaming activity. These services include such things as payment processing, geolocation, and player identification.
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