As Atlantic City is advancing their methods of gambling, Las Vegas does not want to stay behind. This new method of gambling has sparked a war or race between Nevada and New Jersey. Delaware also says that they don’t want to stay behind as they are also working on legalizing online gambling.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Nevada and New Jersey once had the whole country to themselves when it came to casino gambling. Now, with the sudden advent of Internet gambling, those two states are expected to slug it out again for dominance of the fledgling U.S. online betting market.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signed a law Tuesday legalizing Internet betting, days after Nevada did the same. And Delaware could have its online betting operation up and running by late September.