If your company wants to apply for a license to own or operate a casino, the company must file a Business Entity Disclosure Form
In addition, officers and directors - and anyone else that the Division of Gaming Enforcement deems appropriate - must file a Multi-Jurisdictional Personal History Disclosure Form
[Fillable pdf 975kB], which will also satisfy the requirement for a casino key employee license. (This form can also be obtained from the web site of the International Association of Gaming Regulators
.) In addition, they must also file the New Jersey Supplement
[Fillable pdf 193kB] to that form.
On June 15, 2011, the Casino Control Commission approved a set of guidelines and applications for two “boutique” casinos that can have fewer than 500 rooms. See Pilot Program for Small Scale and Staged Casino Licenses
Before you start to complete any forms, it is strongly recommended that you review the licensing requirements and the application process detailed in The Act and Regulations
on the Commission's website.
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Communications either by email
or by calling 609-441-3799.