Recently, the American Gaming Association (AGA) released a report that called on state regulators to look into more options for cashless gambling at casinos.
- New Jersey to review smoking laws for Atlantic City casinos
- New Jersey reports record gambling revenue for December
- CEASE asks New Jersey lawmakers to ban smoking at casinos
- Hard Rock Casino Atlantic City appoints new managerial team
- Atlantic City Casinos look to 2023 with optimism & growth
- New Jersey casino revenue records 4% increase in November
The New Jersey State Senate recently passed legislation granting several tax breaks for Atlantic City casinos, which have been shut down since mid-March due to the …
While New Jersey casinos remain closed, sports are coming back, which is why the latest gambling revenue figures offer hope for brighter times ahead.
Recently the World Series of Poker (WSOP) announced the WSOP Online series, which will comprise of 85 tournaments that can be played on WSOP.com and GGpoker.com.
While the New Jersey casino industry's revenue numbers were down in May, they would be much worse if it were not for online casinos. They have …
It has been six years since Trump Plaza on the Atlantic City Boardwalk ceased operations. After months of heated negotiations between city officials and the property's …
BetMakers recently announced that it had secured the rights to offer Fixed Odds Betting at Monmouth Park Racetrack in New Jersey.
Recently the NHL announced the Return to Play Plan, which will see the season resume with a playoff tournament featuring 24 teams all vying for the …
Even with Tom Brady gone, the New England Patriots are slender favorites in the early betting for this year's AFC East title.
At the beginning of June, about a third of the land-based casinos in the United States had reopened. New Jersey’s casinos are all still closed, and …