Bally’s, formerly known as Twin Rivers, acquired the Atlantic City casino last year. It will now switch over the venue’s system.
US.- Bally’s Atlantic City is to close for 30 hours from Tuesday February 16 in order to update its IT system.
A statement from the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office said: “The shutdown is to perform data system upgrades. Based on information received from Bally’s, it will accommodate a complete IT overhaul to modernize all electronic gaming devices and systems.”
The hotel and other areas of the resort will not be affected by the closure, but Bally’s is not accepting new reservations for the February 16 and 17.
Bally’s, formerly known as Twin River Worldwide Holdings, bought the casino from Caesars Entertainment last year for $25m.
The company announced this week that it has reached a deal to acquire free-to-play games provider SportCaller as part of its long-term expansion plan.