After years of trying to unload the struggling Trump Marina Hotel Casino, The Donald has finally found a buyer in Landry’s Inc.

If you’re familiar with the name, it’s likely due to their chain of semi-upscale eateries — from Bubba Gump and Claim Jumper to their eponymous seafood restaurants. However, Landry’s is no stranger to the casino business, with a number of Golden Nugget casinos throughout Southern Nevada.

Anyone who has been following the land-based gambling industry for the last few years knows well that Atlantic City has fallen on hard times, and Trump’s three Jersey Shore resorts (Taj Mahal, Plaza, and Marina) have each faced bankruptcy. The overall economic climate has played a direct and indirect role; already suffering a loss in revenue, neighboring states with similar problems have turned to legalized gambling — further reducing Atlantic City’s potential.

The $38 million sale may provide Landry’s with expanded opportunities via New Jersey’s plan to offer online gambling to state residents. Limiting the providers to existing land-based casinos may allow resort companies such as Landry’s to get a foothold in the one sector of gambling that has seen pronounced growth over the past few years.