MGM Wants To Return To New Jersey

MGM International, one of the largest gambling firms in the US, has announced its intentions to return to New Jersey as the state prepares to legalize online gambling.  The company had its own online casino site operating from the Isle of Man, but closed the domain as it proved unpopular with gamers at the time.  […]
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New Jersey Needs Online Poker Law for Investments Says Senator

The parent company of PokerStars has publicly made an offer to buy the Atlantic Club casino on the New Jersey boardwalk that is currently before the New Jersey Gaming Enforcement regulatory body for approval of the purchase.  State Senator Raymond Lesniak, the architect of the New Jersey online gambling bill currently awaiting the signature of […]
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Residents Plead for New Jersey Online Gambling Bill to Pass

New Jersey is extremely close to legalizing online gambling within the state, in its efforts to maintain a competitive edge with Nevada – which has already legalized forms of online gambling.  A bill that would legalize online gambling has passed through New Jersey’s two houses of government, and awaits the signature of Governor Chris Christie […]
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New Jersey Senate Passes Online Gambling Bill

New Jersey is one step closer to legal online gambling after the New Jersey Senate overwhelmingly voted to approve online gambling legislation.  The bill now goes to the desk of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who last year vetoed a similar bill supported by the legislature – though this time Christie has indicated he will […]
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PokerStars Prepares to Reenter US Market

After being expelled from the US online gambling market nearly two years ago, PokerStars is maneuvering its way back into the American market by partnering with a land-based casino in Atlantic City.  Though neither party has officially confirmed the deal, sources close to the Atlantic Club Casino have stated a $50 million purchase offer from […]
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Atlantic City Casino CEOs Suggest Ideas for Sandy Recovery

Atlantic City’s recovery from Superstorm Sandy has proven difficult, but top analysts expect business at the casinos will improve over the next few months, instead of the previous expectation the recovery would take years.  The casinos were forced to close for about a week after the storm hit costing valuable business, but the casinos were […]
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New Jersey Preparing for Fight over Sportsbetting Law

Despite opposition from the major sports leagues, New Jersey is moving forward with plans to legalize sportsbetting at casinos in Atlantic City and racetracks across the state.  The legislature of Governor Chris Christie received support from the voters to defy a federal law that bans sportsbetting outside of Nevada, Oregon, Montana, and Delaware despite opposition […]
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Bright Light for Atlantic City’s Waning Economy

As the economic downfall continues to beat negative consequences for the local gambling market, Atlantic City prepares for a new era of gaming. Casinos in the gambling destination have recently launched their mobile betting applications, which is hoped to increase revenue after the city saw a slide in profits from last year. According to recent […]
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Hearing to Discuss Atlantic City’s Future

Atlantic City was previously one of the biggest and most successful gambling capitals in the world. However, it has recently started to go the way of Las Vegas, losing valuable tourism and gambling revenue. A hearing scheduled for this week will see industry professionals sharing ideas about how to revive the city. It is crucial […]
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Atlantic City Casino Must Pay Out Million-Dollar Win

Last week, Golden Nugget Casino in Atlantic City took a group of 12 gamblers to court for ‘unfairly’ winning over $1 million at Baccarat. Unfortunately, it has been revealed that the casino operator has lost the case and will now have to pay out their remaining balance of $500 000 The situation began when a […]
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