TEN ownership may have moved at glacial pace, but Ocean Resort Casino (aka Revel) is acting fast to get a real-money online casino launched by summer 2018.
The deal is official, the sale is final. Glenn Straub sold the shuttered Revel Casino to Bruce Deifik and other investors, who will reopen it as Ocean Resort Casino.
Glenn Straub claims he has not sold the Atlantic City casino Revel, but another organization filed for a mortgage on the property last month.
Several massive construction projects will change the entire complexion of the Atlantic City Boardwalk before the summer season begins.
The AC Ocean Walk group purportedly buying Revel Casino filed for an NJ gaming license, but Glenn Straub insists it is all hogwash.
Press of Atlantic City is reporting the Revel Casino has been sold to a Colorado businessman and could reopen in less than six months.
New York investment firm Keating & Associates has announced plans to develop a mixed-use tower on the site next to the former Revel/TEN Casino Hotel.
A Colorado company has filed a notice of settlement for the Revel Casino Hotel, but nobody has commented on the existence or terms of the deal.
TEN Casino’s doors might not be open yet, but its virtual NJ online gambling doors are unlocked. Play.TENACNJ.com, a social online casino, just launched.
The New Jersey casinos are riding high after a positive January revenue report, save for TEN, which continues to struggle with permits and licensing woes.
Sen. Ray Lesniak introduced legislation in New Jersey which would exempt landlords of casinos like Glenn Straub of TEN from holding NJ gambling licenses.
Eccentric investor Glenn Straub has said that he will open the TEN in the former Revel Casino in February, with or without a New Jersey gambling license.
Revel owner Glenn Straub maintains he doesn’t need a casino license. Now, Straub has filed a lawsuit against the New Jersey Casino Control Commission.
Glenn Straub’s TEN hotel and casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey has plans to re-open in 2017 as the CRDA hopes to tag a nearby business for eminent domain.
Revel Casino in New Jersey will finally be put out of its misery. It has been announced the Revel name will be retired in favor of the ambiguous name TEN.