iGaming Business – Two casinos in the US state of New Jersey are to drop ‘Trump’ from their names after real-estate mogul Donald Trump sued to end a licensing deal that allowed the facility’s owners to use his name.

The Reuters news agency reports that the Trump Plaza, which shut its doors last month, and the nearby Trump Taj Mahal, which is also on the verge of closing, will both have Trump’s name removed from their titles.

Trump, who also lends his name to a number of other properties, sued in August to have his name removed from the two gambling facilities.

An auditor found that both casinos were in disrepair and Trump argued that both facilities were no longer fit to bear his name under the terms of an existing licensing agreement.

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