It turns out that Steve Wynn and his gambling empire have not yet given up on prospects of offering online gambling facilities. American gambling news report that Wynn Interactive wing has applied for a New Jersey online gaming license, ahead of the state legalizing this activity on November 26 this year.
Unfortunately, Wynn Interactive’s plans on how to offer New Jersey online casinos in United States still remain unknown. The company declined to comment, and so did the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.
The mystery is fueled by the rumors that the state’s regulator has agreed not to disclose Wynn Interactive organizational structure. The company’s organogram of the parent company’s structure as well as the positions and executives’ salaries will also stay hidden.
Wynn has a history of offering gaming under American gambling laws in Atlantic City, however, currently the company doesn’t run any gaming operations in the enclave. No partnerships with any online gambling companies have been announced by Wynn, further enhancing the levels of mystery.
In case Wynn is searching for a local connection, there are only two land-based casinos out of 12 without an online partner: the Atlantic Club Casino Hotel and Revel Casino-Hotel. Wynn has exited a rumored online poker partnership in Nevada with Poker Stars following the events of Black Friday. And Wynn has already denied rumors that his company is being friendly with Zynga Poker.