Atlantic City casinos struggle to get close to first-quarter totals from 2020.
International online gaming developer is now approved for service in the Garden State.
Atlantic City prepares for the removal of a smoking ban, while anti-smoking groups think the ban should be made permanent.
The online casino market is booming in the Garden State as monthly totals reach new heights.
European gaming company LeoVegas just announced that it will launch online gaming servies in New Jersey by next year.
Revenues increase in all gambling sectors of the Garden State when comparing April 2020 and 2021 totals.
MGM Resorts, Caesars, and Station Casinos have been approved to fully reopen casino floors.
Potential tax changes under consideration regarding online and land-based casino revenue totals.
Public safety, the Boardwalk and E-Gaming among options discussed in new report by organization created to review the Atlantic City COVID-19 recovery process.
Capacity restriction changes are to come in Atlantic City regarding dining, casino gaming, and more.