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.
CASINOS: Tropicana's big-money bet – NJBIZ
This summer, the Tropicana in Atlantic City completed a $40 million renovation project that included updated hotel rooms, another property entrance, a high-limit slots area and a number of added new features, from a luxury hair salon to a premier nightclub.
The upgrades came a year or so a...