Atlantic City casino revenue was down 5% in May compared to 2017, which is not a concern just yet with NJ sports betting and two new casinos coming soon.
On opening day, Hard Rock Atlantic City will be home to a 36,000-square-foot strip club run by national gentlemen’s club chain Scores, a fact that Hard Rock isn’t too happy about.
Last week, Monmouth Park in Oceanport and Borgata in Atlantic City took the first legal sports bets in NJ. And with that, NJ sports betting at long last was live.
Ocean Resort Casino officials will meet with NJ regulators on June 20 to present their case for a casino license. The hearing comes eight days before the Atlantic City casino is scheduled to open.
New Jersey online casinos continue to climb, posting $24.3 million in revenue in May. At this rate, NJ gambling sites are set to hit $1 billion lifetime revenue by year’s end.
A busy summer at NJ gambling sites continues with 888 Casino and Evolution Gaming bringing live dealer games to the Garden State.