New Jersey's Division of Gaming Enforcement will begin allowing casinos in the state to offer fantasy sports betting Monday, though no casino had filed internal controls for such operations as of Friday. Paul Charchian, president of the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, said some casinos are already in talks with fantasy sports organizations. "We know that there are Atlantic City casinos that are following up on the opportunity. Because it's still early, a lot of them are in the decision-making process," Charchian said.

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