Four Atlantic City casinos closed in 2014. Will any of the New Jersey gaming properties reopen in the near future?
NJ Online Gambling News
The New Jersey iGaming industry was down slightly from July to August but is still in a better position than in 2014. The revenue numbers are looking up.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is taking his sweet time signing bills that would help Atlantic City. And he’s offering no explanation for the hold up.
Caesars Interactive was approved to host the iGaming content for the Delaware Lottery on their Atlantic City servers. A huge step toward interstate deals.
The federal ban on sports betting in New Jersey has been upheld for now. The Garden State was hoping to allow sports betting at racetracks and casinos.
Once-struggling Resorts AC is now one of the hottest properties in Atlantic City, and could get even hotter if PokerStars makes its way into New Jersey.