New Jersey: Gaming regulators push back reporting deadline for casinos due to COVID-19 David Danzis, Press of Atlantic City · April 1, 2020 at 6:30 am State gaming regulators announced Tuesday the scheduled release of casino profit data would be disrupted because of the new coronavirus. The state Division of Gaming Enforcement said the 2019 fourth quarter casino profit and annual filing deadline, scheduled for Tuesday, would be pushed back until April 30. The public data will not be released until May 7. It was originally set to be released April 7. Gov. Phil Murphy ordered the indefinite closing of Atlantic City’s nine casinos March 16. Murphy permitted online gaming in New Jersey to continue.