Back To Normal In Atlantic City Casino Sportsbooks As N... – NJ Online Gambling
The first chance for relative normalcy at Atlantic City sportsbooks for March Madness since pre-pandemic 2019 coincided with St. Patrick’s Day on Thursday. The festive holiday won out over any “war is over” theme, it turned out upon some inspection. The sportsbooks at Caesars,...
Atlantic City Brick-and-Mortar February Revenue Improve... – Casino.org
Atlantic City casinos won $212.4 million on their floors last month, which is 8% better — or roughly $15.7 million — than February 2019. Casino win last month was also 43% higher than February 2021. Gross gaming revenue (GGR) from retail slot machines and table games inched closer to...
Atlantic City casino revenue up 43% in February – Associated Press
Atlantic City’s in-person casino revenue in February was 43% higher than it was a year ago, and just below the level of February 2020, right before the coronavirus pandemic hit. Figures released Wednesday by the state Division of Gaming Enforcement show the nine casinos won $212.4 million...
Atlantic City Casinos Announce Continued Support of Pro... – Media Release
The Casino Association of New Jersey (CANJ) issued the following statement to express their continued support and efforts to prioritize and raise awareness for problem gambling during Problem Gambling Awareness Month throughout the month of March:
“The Atlantic City casino industry i...
Atlantic City casinos prepared for a month of March Mad... – Gambling Insider
According to The Casino Association of New Jersey (CANJ), Atlantic City’s casinos are prepared for the exciting month of National College Basketball Championship Tournament matches ahead. Throughout March, Atlantic City casinos will host offers and special events aimed at enhancing their v...