Gamblers who smoke are once again lighting up inside Atlantic City's casinos, even as a renewed push is on by smoking opponents to prohibit it permanently. A year-long temporary ban on smoking at the casinos, inspired by the coronavirus outbreak last year, ended on Sunday.
Two Atlantic City casinos that were reopened have climbed near the top of gambling revenues.
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority and Stockton University are teaming up to establish an esports Innovation Center at the university's Atlantic City campus.
The Borgata, Atlantic City's top casino, has dropped its lawsuit against a rival it accused of poaching key executives and attempting to steal valuable trade secrets.
Atlantic City casinos are looking to a post-pandemic future when gamblers will be eager for the latest thing. Hard Rock plans to spend $20 million to renovate suites, buy new slots and table games, upgrade its beachfront, and more.
Detroit's Ilitch family — owners of the Tigers baseball team, the Red Wings hockey team, and the Little Caesars pizza chain — is buying as much as half of the troubled casino in Atlantic City.
The Connecticut governor and the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes, which operate the Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun casinos, have reached an agreement that could lead to online and sports betting.