Caesars Entertainment recently filed a notice with SEC advising:
“Online gaming may reduce customer visitation and spending in our traditional casinos in Nevada and New Jersey, which could have an adverse impact on our business and operations. Our Atlantic City properties may be further impacted because all casino games will be permitted online.”
Gary Thompson, a Caesars spokesman, said that the notice was basic procedure.
"While it's a legal requirement to include language such as this among potential risk factors, our experience has been that opening new channels to reach potential new customers and offer them the benefits of our Total Rewards program has not caused visitation declines," Thompson said.
Casino operators such as Caesars are able to provide a large selection of games, promotions etc that goes beyond what others in the industry can offer.
The Atlantic City new publication says that players can make the most of their experience in terms of comps by choosing one casino and sticking with it.