New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has issued fines totalling more than $33,000 against four Atlantic City casinos for a range of offences, as well as for failing to comply with the divestiture agreement for two of its founders, while also blocking social games operator GSN Games from accepting advertising from gambling companies in the state.

Of the four casinos, two have been fined for historical offences in which players that had signed up for a self-exclusion list, which should have prohibited players from gambling, were not blocked from doing so. One operator was also fined for allowing underage players to gamble.

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