Governor Phil Murphy removes dining and beverage restrictions in New Jersey, helping Atlantic City casinos offer more service options.
Hard Rock Atlantic City will be paying over 2,000 employees a bonus this week for their hard work and dedication.
Ocean Casino Resort and PlayStar Casino have teamed up for online gaming in New Jersey.
Caesar Entertainment has decided to start the new year with changes at the helm of its casino affairs in Atlantic City. Earlier in the week, the announcement which made the change official was made by the organization. Ronald Baumann, who has served in the capacity of senior
In 2020, the schedule at the Meadowlands Racetrack in New Jersey was limited due to the onset of the COVID-19 virus. As 2021 began, the track looked forward to offering additional services, as the virus remains, but gambling facilities are able to still offer services. So
Unless you have been hiding under a rock lately, then you know that the vacant Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City will be demolished soon. The venue has sat empty for many years and the city wants to see it removed from the skyline. The owner of the property, Carl Ichan,
The COVID-19 pandemic is far from over in the United States. For the gambling industry, the continued spread of the virus means that capacity limits remain in place as well as additional health safeguards. In Atlantic City, casinos must continue strict protocols for an
The Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino will be no more in just a few days. The former casino in Atlantic City has stood empty for years and quickly became a hazard as portions of the façade began falling down on to the street. In an effort to use the demolition as a charity event,
As 2020 has come to a close, many states are starting to report yearly gambling totals. New Jersey was the latest to do so with the Division of Gaming Enforcement providing insight as to how online gambling and land-based services fared last year. In total, over $2.88
Earlier this week, United States District Judge Freda L. Wolfson approved an agreement signed by the New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association and professional and college sports leagues. For years, the case has been ongoing, even though the United States Supreme Court