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.
The Atlantic City Rail Line will stop its service on Sept. 5. Now, NJ Transit officials are reassuring passengers that the route will only close temporarily.
Atlantic City casinos jumped from seven to nine, and so far, Hard Rock AC is on a roll in revenue. But Ocean Resort still has time to spread its wings.
The quarterly Atlantic City tourism report returned low figures, but an uptick is expected thanks to NJ sportsbooks, Hard Rock AC, and Ocean Resort.
Here’s why you shouldn’t be worried if one of the new Atlantic City casinos fails, or forces an existing AC casino to close its doors.
Atlantic City casinos employed more than 30,000 for the first time in four years, the latest evidence NJ online gambling is good for land-based casinos.
NJ Transit will shut its Atlantic City Line for five months, beginning Sept. 4, putting a bit of pressure on AC tourism after a busy summer season.
Stockton University could become the new owner of the Atlantic Club. A vote this week could change the course for the closed Atlantic City casino.
Rob Long will assume the role of overseer for Atlantic City next month when Timothy Cunningham steps down from his Atlantic City state takeover duties.
Atlantic City is enjoying a significant increase in the number of visitors this summer, with the two new casinos serving as the primary draw.
Continent 8 and Atlantic City officials agreed this week to make tech enhancements to support competitive esports gaming competitions.
The simultaneous openings of Hard Rock Atlantic City and Ocean Resort Casino last week make it nine casinos in Atlantic City. But is that too many?
Almost every major Atlantic City casino chain, including MGM Resorts and Caesars, is bumping other chains’ cardholders to equivalent loyalty program tiers.