Casino revenue up 20 percent to start 2019 – Press of Atlantic City
Casino gaming revenue continued to surge in the first month of 2019 with a reported increase of nearly 20 percent bolstered by online and in-house gains, based on figures released Wednesday by state regulators. Atlantic City's nine casino properties reported $220.6 million in total gaming re...
Atlantic City Casinos Employ 26 Percent More Workers in... – Casino.org
Atlantic City, now a nine-casino town with last June’s openings of Hard Rock and Ocean Resort, employed 26 percent more workers at the end of 2018 than the hotel resorts did in the previous year. According to figures released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE), the nine...
Atlantic City casino employment up 20 percent at end of... – Press of Atlantic City
With the addition of two reopened properties, casino employment at the end of 2018 was up more than 20 percent compared to the same time the year before, according to data from state gaming regulators. The nine Atlantic City casinos reported total employment of 27,927 in December, an increase of...
Casino Association Of New Jersey Previews Big Game in A... – Media Release
The Casino Association of New Jersey (CANJ) announced that Atlantic City’s casinos are ready to celebrate the first Big Game since the legalization of sports wagering in New Jersey. As February 3 approaches, it will be an exciting, action-packed weekend throughout Atlantic City filled with...