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Located in the Marina District, Borgata opened its doors in 2003 and quickly ascended to the top of the Atlantic City casino market. Borgata’s dominance is so pronounced that in Atlantic City there is Borgata and then everyone else.
Launched in November of 2013, Borgata offers both NJ online gambling sites with casino and online poker games in conjunction with its partner, bwin.party. A second, independent operator also offers an online casino and online bingo platform under Borgata’s license, Pala Interactive.
Caesars Atlantic City
Caesars Atlantic City is one of three casinos owned by Caesars Entertainment in the Atlantic City market. The namesake casino first opened in 1979, the casino has been one of the most recognizable brands in the city ever since.
Bally’s Atlantic City
Sitting on the famous address of Park Place and Boardwalk, Bally’s is an Atlantic City mainstay, having first opened in 1979. Bally’s is also one of the largest casinos in the city.
Bally’s is only peripherally involved in online gaming in the Garden State. The casino doesn’t have a branded online gaming site, but several of Caesars’ online gaming websites do operate under Bally’s license, including the Harrah’s branded site.
Harrah’s Atlantic City
Harrah’s is the top revenue generator of the three Caesars’ casinos in Atlantic City. Located in the Marina District, Harrah’s opened for business 1980, and was the only casino located off the famed Boardwalk for the first five years of its existence.
Harrah’s operates an online casino site in New Jersey, but HarrahsCasino.com is not powered by 888’s software, but rather by NYX Gaming.
Tropicana Atlantic City
Tropicana first opened in 1981, but the property has changed hands and names several times over the years. Most recently, Tropicana was purchased by Carl Icahn when the casino landed in bankruptcy court, and under his leadership Tropicana has turned its fortunes around.
On the online gaming front, Tropicana is partnered with Gamesys, and the tandem operates one of the top online casinos in the market.
Golden Nugget Atlantic City
The current Golden Nugget Atlantic City is located in the Marina District. It was originally built as Trump’s Castle, a name it held for 12 years before the property became known as Trump Marina in 1997. In 2011 the property was bought by Landry’s, which changed the name once again, this time to Golden Nugget.
Following some early technical difficulties, Golden Nugget NJ was fashionably late to the New Jersey online gaming market, but their online casino products have become one of the top revenue generators in the state. Golden Nugget was originally partnered with Bally Technologies but later switched to NYX. Betfair’s New Jersey online casino also operates under Golden Nugget’s license.
First opened in 1976, Resorts is the oldest casino in Atlantic City. After falling on hard times, Resorts has turned its fortunes around since the property’s day to-day operations were taken over by Mohegan Sun in 2012.
Despite being a late arrival, Resorts is now at the forefront of New Jersey’s online gaming industry thanks to the casino’s dedication to the new vertical, and its partnerships. Resorts is partnered with NYX Gaming on the online casino front and PokerStars for online poker.
Trump Taj Mahal
Once the crown jewel of the Atlantic City casino market, Trump Taj Mahal was yet another AC casino that fell on hard times. The casino nearly closed its doors following a bankruptcy filing in 2014, but has emerged from bankruptcy and is now under the control of Carl Icahn and his company, Tropicana Entertainment.
Trump Taj Mahal is the only casino in Atlantic City without an online gaming presence. Originally partnered with the now defunct Ultimate Gaming, the partnership was dissolved shortly after Trump Taj Mahal filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in late 2014.