Imagine stepping into a casino in the Roaring ‘20s and being surrounded by the exuberant culture, indulging new fashion, vibrant new music and new styles of dancing.
Treasure Mile encapsulates this era with sheer sophistication while creating an environment that is relaxed and fun.
Treasure Mile has been in operation since 2009 and ensures the latest in security practices and technology in order to ensure the safety and security of its players.
It is owned and operated by Genesys Technologies NV.
Treasure Mile has more than 160 uniquely developed and designed HD games from the leading software provider Saucify in HD quality, with an impressive repertoire of games available on mobile.
But now, after years of plummeting gambling revenue and a diminishing workforce, the seaside resort is ready for a comeback.
Rebranding itself as the “entertainment” capital of the east, Atlantic City is opening two new casinos this week that many hope will jump start the city’s dying casino industry – and the local economy.
Two large hotel chains, the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino and the Ocean Resort Casino, are opening in the city on Thursday.
The sound of drilling can be heard for miles along the boardwalk and there is a strong smell of fresh paint.
All signs indicate the shore town could be in the process of rebounding from what some have called the lost decade.
The city is also hoping to capitalize on a recent U. Supreme Court ruling that legalized sports betting nationwide and gave the go-ahead to open sports books in New Jersey for the first time.
The two new mega-casinos promise vast entertainment options for guests, and non-gambling attractions for younger patrons."This is certainly a comeback for this city," said Rummy Pandit, executive director of the Lloyd D.