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New Jersey Casino Control Commission

The Casino Control Commission is the independent licensing authority of New Jersey's casinos and its key employees. As a quasi-judicial panel, the Commission conducts hearings on contested casino key employee license matters as well as appeals from decisions of, or penalties imposed by, the Division of Gaming Enforcement (Division). The Commission is comprised of up to three members, appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the State Senate. Commissioners serve staggered, five-year terms and can only be removed for cause. By law, no more than two Commissioners can be of the same political party, a requirement that provides political balance on the panel. The success and ongoing viability of the gaming industry remains inextricably linked to the public's confidence that the State of New Jersey will ensure that people in the industry possess good character, honesty and integrity. Stewardship over that public confidence is a principal responsibility of the Commission and its Chairman.

Arcade Building
Tennessee Avenue & Boardwalk
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401
United States

Main Phone:
(609) 441-3422
(609) 441-3329


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Alisa Cooper
Joyce Mollineaux
New Jersey Casino Control Commission News
Odds on Compliance expands its executive roster
8 Dec 2022
The firm announced the hiring of Marybeth Butler as Director, Revenue Audit, and Ali Ghanavati as Director, Technical Compliance. read more »

Ocean Resort Casino receives licensing approval from New Jersey
22 Jun 2018
The Atlantic City casino opens 28 June and will have 1,399 rooms and an expansive 138,000 square foot casino that will include a state-of-art sports book and bar. read more »

MGM Resorts takes steps to regain N.J. gaming license
20 Aug 2014
The settlement between MGM Resorts, Los Angeles-based Tracinda Corp., and the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement was agreed upon in July. read more »