Atlantic City's darkest days are over, top casino exec ... – NJ.com
The chief executive officer of Borgata owner MGM Resorts International said he expects Atlantic City to stop hemorrhaging casinos and begin traveling on the road to recovery.
"Atlantic City's darker days are behind it," MGM CEO Jim Murren said at a National Press Club luncheo...
MGM Chairman says 'Atlantic City's darker days are behi... – The Record
MGM Resorts Chairman James Murren spoke at the National Press Club luncheon in Washington, DC on Friday, and my colleague Herb Jackson has the Meadowlands Matters-relevant part of the transcript for us below. Murren was asked about last month's North Jersey casino referendum result: "Th...
'Ferris Bueller, the video game' coming soon to a casin... – Press of Atlantic City
GameCo, the company that developed skill-based gambling games for Caesars Entertainment properties in Atlantic City, has entered into an agreement with Paramount Pictures to develop games based on popular movies.
The New York City-based video game company is in the process of developing a...
Tropicana's annual holiday tree lighting draws a crowd – Press of Atlantic City
Dozens gathered in The Quarter at Tropicana for its annual holiday tree-lighting Monday, just a few days ahead of Thanksgiving.
The event drew people to the 35-foot tree and stage with performances from Tropicana’s Holiday Jubilee Show, speakers such as Tropicana Atlantic...
Harrah's to debut world's first skill-based gambling ma... – Press of Atlantic City
GameCo Inc. will debut the country’s first skill-based gambling machine Wednesday at an event at Harrah’s Resort.
The event, which starts at 10 a.m., will showcase “Danger Arena,” a first-person action video game gambling machine.