Two new casinos, online gambling, and sports betting make Atlantic City one of the hardest casino markets to analyze but here’s what the Q4 numbers tell us.
With tons of NCAA Tournament games, Atlantic City casinos like Resorts and Borgata are enjoying packed sportsbooks full of March Madness betting fans.
After securing a certificate of compliance from the Casino Control Commission, Showboat owner Bart Blatstein is one step closer to being an AC casino owner.
Atlantic City casino owners, Eldorado Resorts and Caesars, are in the beginning stages of discussing what joining forces would look like.
Can new owners reverse the fortunes of Revel, now known as Ocean Resort Casino, one of the biggest flops in the history of US casinos?
Ocean Resort Casino may be up for sale once again, as rumors are circulating about a possible new owner at the former Revel Casino.
A two-day trip to Atlantic City for the first time reveals that AC casinos are fun and unique and worth a visit for anyone who loves a destination resort.
Both Atlantic City and Las Vegas have legal gambling and sports betting, but that’s where the similarities end as AC casinos offer unique games and options.
It’s a new way of ordering at Atlantic City casinos like Caesars and Harrah’s, but automatic drink ordering systems are fast, accurate, and easy to use.
The evolution of the former Showboat Casino in Atlantic City is far from complete. The non-gambling hotel will soon convert 400 rooms into 264 apartments.
The turmoil at Caesars has attracted MGM Resorts International as the latest company to emerge as a potential purchaser of the casino giant.
Credit rating agency Moody’s has upgraded Atlantic City’s credit rating. The agency has moved the city from its previous rating of Caa3 up to B2.
Hard Rock AC received a fine from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement last week, after a violation of policies regarding hiring.
Tropicana Atlantic City opened its retail sportsbook on Thursday. The collaboration with William Hill is the ninth sportsbook to launch in NJ.