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  Banner Ads, Bill Boards for Internet Gambling Sites: You may see ads for Internet gambling sites, but don't be fooled. Internet gambling is not legal in New Jersey.  
  "Approved" or "Regulated" Sites: Some Internet gambling sites may say they are approved sites, secure sites, or regulated. However, unlike our Atlantic City casinos, Internet casinos are not regulated. That means that we have not tested the games to make sure that they operate fairly and with integrity. Whether the site offers casino-style games, sports betting or horse racing, they are not legal in New Jersey and we cannot be sure that even if a person wins an Internet wager, he or she will ever be paid.
  Gambling in New Jersey: The casino gaming industry in New Jersey is licensed and regulated by the Division of Gaming Enforcement and the Casino Control Commission. The horse racing industry is regulated by the Racing Commission. Lotteries are run by the New Jersey Lottery Commission. Other games of chance, such as Bingo, are regulated by the Legalized Games of Chance Control Commission. No Internet Gaming site is licensed by the Division of Gaming Enforcement, Casino Control Commission, the Racing Commission, the Lottery Commission, or the Legalized Games of Chance Control Commission. Bookmaking and sports betting are not legal in New Jersey.  
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