Demi Adeboawale, the resort’s Director of Slot Operations, said: “We are thrilled to return Miralto back to our customers after this long-awaited renovation."
Adeboawale further said: “Elevating the level of luxury Borgata offers demonstrates the ongoing commitment we have to remain the market leader.”
A gold framework combined with frosted windowpanes in renovated Miralto offers a high-limit slot experience. The colours of cream, gold, and greens surround redesigned cabinetry to over 100 slot games such as Dragon Cash, Lighting Cash, and the $500-dollar Red White, and Blue Wild Star.
The redesigned look includes a custom glass chandelier predominantly located in the centre of the lounge in the Atlantic city market. The 100-inch centrepiece is comprised of 3,456 individually cut pieces of glass.
In addition to the Miralto renovation, the transformation of the complete slot gaming floor is underway.
Furthermore, Borgata has installed ninety-two, 55-inch televisions throughout the gaming floor.
Recently, New Jersey’s nine casinos made $251.7m in gaming revenue for September 2022, representing 1% growth year-on-year.
Of the nine casinos, MGM’s Borgata casino posted the highest revenue amount of $62.3m.
MGM Resorts Borgata took a huge share of the revenue from iGaming, generating $41.1m, 8% more than it made in September 2021.
Meanwhile, New Jersey's revenue from sports wagering rose 19% in September 2022 to $98m, compared to the $82m generated in the previous year.