Trump Casinos in Atlantic City is in the process of selecting a partner to begin Internet gambling.
The two casinos are have already begun a search, the Associated Press reports, and want to begin an online gambling operation as soon as it’s legal to do so in the U.S.
Trump Entertainment Resorts would own 10 percent of the new venture, and says it’s in the “final stages” of choosing a partner. In March, N.J. Gov. Chris Christie vetoed a law allowing Internet gambling in the state, worried it was unconstitutional.