Atlantic City is not faring well and many casinos are trying to jump onto the online gambling wagon, and awaiting the country to legalize it, according to The Associated Press.
The newest corporation to back online gambling is Trump Entertainment Resort, which recently announced that it will be ready with an online poker venture once it is legalized, according to the news source.
Whether its poker, roulette, blackjack or other classic casino games, many people are interested in participating and it is believed that the U.S. will legalize it, the media outlet reports.
According to Bloomberg, companies and individuals across the country are starting to believe that online gambling is nothing but a great way for states, casinos and its players to make money. There is approximately $6 billion that Americans wager every year through offshore sites.
“It’s just a matter of time,” Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump’s daughter and vice president of development for Trump Organization, told the news source. “It would be a tremendous source of taxable revenue for states or the federal government and an enormous generator of jobs.”