The most successful New Jersey casino, Borgata, is threatening to withhold tax payments from Atlantic City due to a long overdue tax refund payment.
With the closure in 2014 of four New Jersey casinos, the remaining 8 that are still online are reporting soaring profits so far for 2015.
New Jersey’s legal battle to offer sports betting in the state got a boost when the Third Circuit decided to grant a rehearing in the case.
PokerStars will find out whether it will be able to operate in New Jersey within “weeks, not months,” according to the owner of Resorts in Atlantic City.
Anthony Zinno used the Borgata Casino in NJ as a way to achieve poker fame and fortune. In our continuing NJ casino online profile series, a look at Zinno.
Donald Trump may currently be a controversial and clown-like presidential candidate, but he has also been many other things, including a NJ casino owner.
The ridiculous depths people will go to cheat at poker were on display at the 2014 Borgata Winter Poker Open in a now infamous counterfeit chip scandal.
In an online casino industry dominated by brick-and-mortar-branded iGaming sites, one unlikely player has emerged to capture a significant share of the spotlight. That player: Betfair. As per a recent analyst presentation, Betfair currently controls 16% of the New Jersey online …
The story of Phil Ivey’s meteoric rise to success in the realm of live poker and online poker. Ivey got his start playing in NJ casinos as a young teenager.
The movie Rounders lit the match of the poker boom and brought life to the Trump Taj’s poker room, but the Borgata in NJ has reaped the lasting rewards.
Looking at the history of Atlantic City casinos from the 1970s until present day, with casinos in New Jersey moving toward online poker and casino games.
Hard Rock will publicize plans to build a casino in North New Jersey at the Meadowlands – an online gambling offering as an accompaniment is a solid bet.
Atlantic City revenue saw its slowest decline in 8 years in 2014, and the introduction of legal online gambling in New Jersey certainly had a hand in it.