New Jersey

Although there are fewer casinos there than just a few years ago, Atlantic City is still a vibrant and important gaming center in the U.S. market. World Casino News brings you up to the minute developments as multi-billion properties such the former Revel open close and are sold. We deliver breaking news on plans for gambling expansion and follow the burgeoning regulated online casino industry there as its momentum increases along with revenues.

Follow the headlines here to find out when derelict properties are going to be demolished or when they are sold and revitalized by new operators with fresh eyes and eager minds. Watch for job fairs, important sports betting updates, the health of the horse racing industry, and moves by legislators, regulators, and mediators that affect operators' bottom lines.

More tribal casinos in the US voluntarily close due to the COVID-19 threat

In the US, as commercial casinos are increasingly mandated to close due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the number of tribal casinos that are voluntarily closing is also growing. Casino leaders aroun... unveils “world’s first” remote-controlled slot machines at Hard Rock Atlantic City

Brick-and-mortar players in New Jersey who are apprehensive about gambling online now have an option. Now, all that's needed to "hit the slots" from the comfort of home is a valid internet gambling account with...

New Jersey sportsbetting benefitting from New York punters

November saw New Jersey chalk up record sportsbetting handle and revenues and it would now seem that a large proportion of this business came from online punters briefly travelling in from the neighboring state...