Atlantic City casinos set sights on online gambling

Written on:February 8, 2018
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The former Taj Mahal which was revamped as the Trump Casino will now go under $500 million worth of renovations in preparation for their new casinos being built in its place. The owners also intend to take their ventures into the virtual world where the online gambling business is booming. Atlanta residents will not only have more options to locally gamble, but they’ll also have the option of staying at home and doing so right from their computer.

Key Takeaways:

  • Once the state of New Jersey approves the license application, Florida’s Hard Rock Café franchise, which is owned by The Seminole Tribe, plans to re-open the Trump Taj Majal later in 2018.
  • AC Ocean Walk, which is owned by Bruce Deifik, will re-open the Revel casino later this year, as long as the state approves their licensure.
  • This year, both the Hard Rock and AC Ocean Walk plan to venture into the online gaming market, in addition to opening casinos in Atlantic City.

“The Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Hard Rock Cafe franchise and Bruce Deifik’s AC Ocean Walk have recently completed purchase deals for the former Trump Taj Mahal and Revel casinos, respectively.”

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