In April, casino operators and business owners told NJBIZ about how they continue trying to recover time, momentum and business lost from the multi-year pandemic. Now, May gaming numbers, which the Division of Gaming Enforcement released June 16, show a continuation of an overall pattern of recovery.

“Atlantic City is off to a great start for the summer,” said Jane Bokunewicz, faculty director, The Lloyd Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality, & Tourism at Stockton University, noting the April brick-and-mortar revenues being up 13.3% over pre-pandemic 2019. Read More from NJ Biz.