New Jersey's Division of Gaming Enforcement has informed Atlantic City casinos that it would allow them to offer fantasy sports betting. A pilot program on the new wagering option and the regulations for it will be laid out today. "This gives players the option to deposit money and then play daily fantasy games, where they pick three or five Major League Baseball or National Football League or National Basketball Association players and build an aggregate roster just for that one day," said Joe Brennan, president of the Interactive Media Entertainment & Gaming Association.

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