Trump Entertainment Resorts Holdings, the parent company of New Jersey’s Trump Taj Mahal and Trump Plaza casinos, has filed for bankruptcy, throwing the future of the iGaming offerings operating under each casino’s licence into doubt with both venues now set to close.

The company submitted a petition Tuesday to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the United States Bankruptcy Court of the District of Delaware, with the case (No: 14-12103) to be heard by Judge Kevin Gross.

Trump Entertainment’s bankruptcy is likely to see around 2,800 full-time and 1,800 seasonal employees lose their jobs, with the impending closure of the Trump Plaza, scheduled for September 16th, now likely to be followed by the Taj Mahal closing its doors in November.

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