Atlantic City Casinos Hit With More Underage Gambling Fines

So, Atlantic City casinos may be struggling, but that does not mean that they will be able to offer gambling to minors patrons. On Wednesday the New Jersey Casino Control Commission again talked about it loud and clear. The fine was imposed at the Bally’s Atlantic City and Caesars Atlantic City casino. Casino owned by one company and were represented at the hearing on Wednesday, prosecutor William J. Downey.

Score was fined $55,000 for the incident that occurred in June 2008. They have allowed the adolescent to play roulette, and it Busted investigators state games. The legal age for gambling in Atlantic City is 21. Incident Caesars part of the twenty-year-old woman, played blackjack. She won more than $8,000 in the program, but also from games Busted investigators. It was the second time in a few weeks SPAN, that the woman was arrested for underage gambling. Caesars fine was $30,000.

Despite the poor economy and a sharp decline in revenue, regulators in New Jersey have sympathy for the casinos, which were caught in violation of laws gambling age limit. There were a few fines handed down in various casinos throughout 2009. Atlantic City casinos are not only to increased pressure from regulators games, but also from casinos in other state4s. Pennsylvania and New York have intensified their gambling options with the intent of the entry of client base in Atlantic City.

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