ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — All three Atlantic City casinos owned by Caesars Entertainment remain open, despite a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing by a unit of the global gambling giant.
Caesars Entertainment Operating Company, a subsidiary of Caesars Entertainment, filed for bankruptcy Thursday.
It owns two of the company’s three Atlantic City casinos — Bally’s and Caesars on the Boardwalk.
Harrah’s is owned by a different portion of the company and is not included in the bankruptcy filing.
The company says all its properties are open for business as usual, and that it has sufficient cash to continue operating normally.
Caesars’ Total Rewards player loyalty program is unaffected, and all scheduled meetings and events are still on.