Tropicana Rejoins New Jersey Online Casino Scene with Caesars Assistance

Today, Caesars Entertainment declared the relaunch of their Tropicana Online Casino in the state of New Jersey. This development breathes new life into the online edition of one of the state’s renowned land-based gaming venues. Players can access the desktop version of Tropicana Online Casino, with mobile bettors able to download its related app on iOS and Android. The casino offers a variety of digital games, including slots, video poker, blackjack, American and European roulette, baccarat, and more.

In addition to the relaunch, Caesars has implemented a comprehensive universal exclusion policy, adding individuals currently on a state-sponsored self-exclusion list, and adopted an enhanced 21+ gaming policy. This new policy restricts Caesars Rewards accounts to those over 21 years of age, and where legally allowed, limits all domestic gaming, pari-mutuel, sports, and iGaming options to those of the same age.

New Jersey is among the six states that offer online casinos, with the other five states being Connecticut, Delaware, Michigan, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Caesars also offers iGaming in New Jersey through their namesake brand.

The relaunch of Tropicana Online Casino has the potential to captivate New Jersey bettors familiar with its land-based equivalent in Atlantic City. This casino opened in 1981 and is one of three Boardwalk casinos under Caesars’ ownership, the other two being Caesars Palace and Harrah’s. The real estate is owned by Gaming and Leisure Properties (GLPI) who lease the venue to Caesars.

The rebirth of Tropicana Online comes shortly after an analyst suggested that Caesars Digital wasn’t receiving the recognition it deserved from investors. The new iCasino app and online casino experience offers customers enhanced functionality with a catalog of industry-leading casino games and improved integration with the Caesars Rewards loyalty program.