Atlantic City gaming industry has been struggling for a long time with a down
turn in the local economy. However, the city has received some good news.
Revenue was increased at the 11 operating casinos last month. This does not
include the Atlantic Club which closed earlier this year. The casinos reported a
four percent increase June.
Part of the increase is due to the new internet gaming. That total was $9.5
million. However, online gaming has decreased the last three months.
There are three casinos in Atlantic City that are facing closure. On Monday
1,153 Trump Plaza employees received notice of closure. Revel may also be
closing soon. In August Showboat is schedule to close as well.
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