Glenn Straub has gone on record to announce yet another date for the grand opening of the TEN Casino formerly known as Revel Atlantic City.
His announcement comes at a time the gaming resort is marred with issues over who is the legitimate owner.
Glenn purchased the now-embattled gaming facility in 2015 but since then he has not managed to make real money online casino gambling sites because the resort has had issues.
Even after making the announcement about his opening of the gaming facility, things are not well with New Jersey authorities.
Chris Christie, the New Jersey Governor has issued several warnings on various occasions asking Glenn to place the casino under a new boss if he is not going to comply with what the rules of NJ.
Glenn’s latest announcement about the rebirth of his ‘newly-acquired’ casino indicates that he might be serious on the reopening. Unlike in previous occasions, Straub has confirmed that his $2.4 billion gaming resort will be open to the public on June 15.
It is approximated that the magnificent gaming facility has 2000 rooms!
It is good however good to mention that about a year ago, Straub announced that he would open the club to the public the same date in 2016.
Despite the allegations that Straub has every legal document needed for the operation of his new casino, it did not open as scheduled.
Since his debut announcement about the reopening of the gaming facility, several other announcements have proved fruitless.
According to city officials, they will continue to give Glenn the necessary support until they see that his latest announcement about the grand opening of this unprecedented gaming facility finally hold water.
The leaders want to see the club reopen as quickly as possible to serve the people of Atlantic City.
“We’ll talk to him. The casino would have been open several months ago. We are willing to do everything we can to see that this time it turns out to be a success,” said Dale Finch, the Director in the Licensing Department in Atlantic City.
Glenn bought the Revel gaming facility for $82 million in 2015 at a time the owner faced bankruptcy.
Christie Talks Tough
Before the announcement to reopen the casino, Glenn has always shown that he is not interested in participating in what other operators call the PILOT program, which involves the payment of property taxes.
His stand has proved the wrath of Governor Christie who has vowed to ensure Glenn abides by the laws failure to which he sells the resort to a new operator who will observe the rules of the day as others.