Atlantic City Casino hit with fine for underage gambling
This morning the Hilton Casino Resort in Atlantic City was hit with a $115,000 fine for allowing underage gambling to take place in the casino.
The fine just falls shy of the record fine dished out to a casino for not doing enough to prevent under 21’s from gambling in the casino when Bally’s, also in Atlantic City, was fined $157,000.
The Hilton Casino and Hotel have admitted the violation after a land slide vote by the commission to impose the fine.
The Hilton in Atlantic City was built by Steve Wynn in 1980 and was known as the Golden Nugget after passing hands a number of times it is now owned by “Atlantic City Hilton and Resort Atlantic City” whose president is Anthony Rodio. The hotel boasts an impressive 800 rooms on a beach resort theme, over 10 restaurants, and 60,000ft of gaming space.