New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) is struggling to meet its planned November launch of online gaming operations because licence applicants have failed to provide it with the required technological specifications and details of contracts with third-party suppliers, forcing the DGE to order all applicants to complete the process by September 20th.

A letter was sent to all operators last week after the DGE’s review of submissions revealed that a number had failed to fulfil certain aspects of the application, with the omissions “affecting the [DGE’s] ability to review and approve submissions and address licensing issues necessary for the issuance of a transactional waiver or Interim Casino Authorisation.”

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