David Rebuck has been retiring from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement for several years but he can’t get out. The state’s chief regulator, he was appointed in 2011, coinciding with a change in regulatory structure in New Jersey that gave the DGE complete investigative power in that process. Since then he’s presided over the legalization of online gaming, the sports betting lawsuits that led to the PASPA decision by the Supreme Court in 2018, and becoming the first state to introduce sports betting outside of Nevada. He’s now served two governors and anticipates his retirement sometime in 2023. He spoke with GGB Publisher Roger Gros at the DGE offices in Atlantic City in August.