ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey gambling regulators will allow gambling magnate Steve Wynn to offer an Internet gambling site in the state where he once ruled the roost.
But there's no word on when his company might actually do it.
In actions taken late last month but made public Monday, the state's Gaming Enforcement Division granted authority to Wynn Interactive to conduct Internet gambling with partner Caesars Interactive.
The division also granted a request by Wynn and Caesars Interactive to conduct Internet gambling operations with the All American Poker Network and 888 Atlantic Limited, an affiliate of a Gibraltar-based online betting firm.
Wynn, who once owned Atlantic City's original Golden Nugget casino, has flirted repeatedly with a return to Atlantic City.
No immediate comment from Wynn Resorts.
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