In Atlantic City, the casino industry is trying to get back to business amidst the pandemic. But this has been difficult to do. Casinos are operating at a lower capacity with less amenities. Reopening has helped to bring in revenues once again, but totals are not near as
Over the past few months, sports have slowly started to trickle back into our life. The NBA and MLB were back in action as the summer months came to an end and now we can look forward to the NFL and NCAAF providing football action. Sports were shut down abruptly earlier in
Last week, casinos in Atlantic City were allowed to reopen indoor dining as well as alcohol service and smoking. However, it was not long before backtracking occurred, and smoking was off the table. An executive order from last Tuesday allowed all three as of September 4.
New Jersey is one state in the US that has seen a high rate of Covid-19 positive cases. Like other states, NJ has shut down businesses and put new safety measures in place to help slow the spread of the deadly virus. Casinos and racinos in the state shut down in March in
Casinos in Atlantic City have continued to receive good news this week. Earlier in the week, Governor Phil Murphy announced that indoor dining could begin again on Friday at 25% capacity. Now, his office has said that beverage service can start again as well as smoking among
For months now, casinos in Atlantic City have been struggling to get back to some sense of normalcy amidst the coronavirus pandemic. After reopening in early July, players were able to come back and enjoy gaming but beverages and dining were not allowed. Now, Governor Phil
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused major disruptions in business industries around the world, including the United States. Consumers are afraid to travel or even leave their homes due to catching the deadly virus. Back in March, non-essential businesses were shut down in an
In Atlantic City, new drama has developed as the Borgata Casino has filed a lawsuit against fellow gaming operator Ocean Casino Resort. The Borgata is accusing Ocean of taking employees from their casino marketing department to be able to steal top customers of the property.
In New Jersey, the coronavirus pandemic has affected casinos in Atlantic City as well as the state’s racetracks. The venues are operating on a much smaller scale, while trying to stay safe and produce revenues. Other aspects of the gambling world are also facing issues due
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement provided a press release on Monday that revealed the financial details of the gambling industry during the second quarter. Of course, the months April, May and June were a time when the casinos were shutdown in an attempt to slow