Atlantic City posts positive January results – World Casino News
The nine-casino market in Atlantic City reportedly had a good January after recording an almost 20% increase year-on-year in aggregated gross gaming revenues to $229.6 million helped by a 53% overall rise in takings from online gambling to $33.5 million....
2019 Off to a Solid Start for Atlantic City – Media Release
Atlantic City, NJ – The Casino Association of New Jersey (CANJ) today announced that Atlantic City had a strong start to 2019, according to the January 2019 Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) gaming revenue results report. The year started off with gains in casino, Internet gaming revenu...
Atlantic City casinos celebrate blizzard-free January – Calvin Ayre
Atlantic City’s casinos started 2019 on solid footing, as hot slots overcame cold tables. According to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, Atlantic City’s nine casino operators reported brick-and-mortar gaming revenue of $177.3m in January, a 9.2% improvement over January...
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...