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.
Borgata Casino in Atlantic City won the Global Gaming Award for Property of the Year as part of the 2018 Global Gaming Expo’s activities in Las Vegas.
NJ sports betting is a hot ticket item for Atlantic City casinos and mobile apps, but Pennsylvania sportsbooks looms. The impact, though, will be minimal.
After three months, Hard Rock Atlantic City will replace Matt Harkness with Joe Lupo as president of the AC casino, effective Nov. 1.
While most New Jersey sportsbooks are in Atlantic City, there are other options. Here is a rundown of NJ sports betting locations and what they offer.
It isn’t your imagination. Atlantic City had one of its best summers thanks to two new casinos, legal NJ sports betting, and a surge in revenues.
Negotiations between Stockton University and the old Atlantic Club have irreparably broken down, and Stockton will not buy the Atlantic City property.
The fears that Hard Rock AC and Ocean Resort Casino would sink what is seen as a rebounding Atlantic City casino industry have yet to materialize.
The Atlantic City state takeover report gives the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority a new strategy to tackle to help Atlantic City.
Atlantic City hoped the state’s administration of the city would end quickly. A recent report, however, recommends state control should continue.
Drake is apparently $200K lighter after a trip to Atlantic City. As it turns out, the performer lost the money at Hard Rock AC where he was performing.
A New Jersey woman, who chose to remain anonymous, turned a $10 bet into $2,481,940.75 at Borgata Atlantic City, the largest jackpot of 2018 (so far).
Not since 2010 has the NJ gambling market seen revenue above $300M. Sports betting and NJ online gambling helped bring New Jersey back to its heyday.
As of Aug. 15, Atlantic City casinos and NJ online casinos have paid out almost $22M in jackpot wins. For reference, 2017’s total jackpot payout was $20.2M.