Maryland’s Rocky Gap Casino Resort names Joshua Allison as director of player development

Joshua Allison joins Rocky Gap Casino Resort team.
Joshua Allison joins Rocky Gap Casino Resort team.

Allison will be responsible for the strategic growth of player development initiatives at Maryland’s venue.

US.- Rocky Gap Casino Resort, in Maryland, has announced Joshua Allison as the new director of player development. In his new position, he will be responsible for the strategic growth of the player development initiatives, aligned with the marketing strategy.

Recently, he worked at Baha Mar in Nassau, Bahamas, as vice president of customer development. He also held the position of executive director of player development at Live! Casino & Hotel Maryland in Hanover, and director of player development at Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. He also worked as player development at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino in Delaware.

Brian Kurtz, senior vice president and general manager of Rocky Gap, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Joshua as our new director of player development. He brings extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of the hospitality and gaming industry, and we look forward to implementing his strategic vision for player development and guest services at Rocky Gap.”

Maryland casinos generate $170.7m in gaming revenue in April

Maryland’s casinos registered $170.7m in gaming revenue for April, making it the state casino’s fourth-best month ever, according to the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission. Revenue from slots and table games increased by $8.6m or 5.3 per cent compared to April 2021 and surpassed the March 2022 figure of $170.6m.

MGM National Harbor recorded $70.5m, followed by Live! Casino & Hotel, which registered $58.8m in revenues, and Horseshoe Casino generated $18.9m. Hollywood Casino recorded $8.4m, Ocean Downs Casino generated $8.2m, and Rocky Gap Casino, $5.7m.

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