Resorts casino set to start taking in-person sports bets

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By WAYNE PARRY
Associated Press

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) - Atlantic City's Resorts casino will begin taking in-person sports bets on Wednesday.

The exact time still has not been worked out, pending approval from New Jersey gambling regulators.

Resorts, which earlier this month became the first gambling company in New Jersey to offer online and mobile sports betting, will become the fifth casino to offer it on casino premises.

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It will feature six betting windows and four self-service kiosks.

The facility will feature a 12-foot video wall with 15 television screens.

Resorts has been moving aggressively into the new sports betting market, inking deals with The Stars Group and DraftKings for mobile and online sports betting.

In addition to Resorts, the Borgata, Harrah's, Bally's and the Ocean Resort casinos offer in-person sports betting.

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