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Atlantic City Casino Introduces Internet Gambling Lounge
- April 22, 2015 By Nemanja L. -
Resorts Casino Hotel has added a unique internet gambling lounge to their establishment in Atlantic City, New Jersey, as they hope to help their regular customers embrace the prospect of online gaming.
The Atlantic City’s oldest casino has clearly set the bar high for all United States gaming venues as they recognized the potential of remote gambling and made a real effort to persuade their land-based players into giving their online casino a go.
Resorts owner Morris Bailey came up with the idea of creating the world’s first casino lounge that will cater for internet gamers, which opened just few days ago.
The iGaming Lounge can accommodate around 100 customers who can use a selection of interactive tables designed to replicate the process of accessing the online website through home computers, tablets or smartphones.
World’s First Online Gambling Lounge Features 22 Tables
Featuring classy design and located next to the casino floor, the 1,000-square-foot chamber houses a total of 22 tables that will give the casino’s trusted customers an opportunity to get acquainted with Resorts’ online casino.
Numerous casino personnel will be at hand to help the players create online gaming accounts and provide the tour of the website and its most important features.
With online banking transactions proving a major obstacle to the growth of internet gambling in the United States, Resorts will allow the gamers to deposit funds into their online accounts through an online kiosk, thus getting rid of third-party electronic wallets and other online payment solutions that have failed to produce the desired results.
Resorts Hopes to Bring Online Gaming Closer to Casino Players
The main goal of the new strategy is to make long-time customers see Resorts online casino as a welcoming addition to the trusted land-based establishment and slowly migrate them to the internet platform which is designed to cut back operation costs and help the Atlantic City’s oldest casino keep its doors open for years to come.
In case the iGaming Lounge proves a success among casino goers, other land-based casinos across the United States can be trusted to follow suit, seeing as the huge gaming market has yet to see considerable results of online gaming despite the undoubted potential to generate significant revenue.
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