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A Rising Tide Lifted All Atlantic City Casino Boats In First Half Of 2022

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Even when the Atlantic City casino industry reports strong brick-and-mortar revenue overall, there usually are one or two among the nine properties that fall back, at least moderately, for the particular period in question.

But the first half of 2022 was an exception, according to revenue figures announced Friday by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.

From a 5% improvement by Caesars to a 27.8% leap by Hard Rock, all nine of the city’s gambling properties reported improvement on COVID-racked first-half 2021 numbers — with a collective boost of 18%. The other double-digit gainers were Borgata (26.3%), Ocean (24.3%), Bally’s (22.6%), and Golden Nugget (11.6%).

The result is $1.3 billion won by the casinos in the first half of 2022, up from $1.1 billion in that span of 2021.


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