Monthly Archives: October, 2020

G2E 2020 Takes a Look at the Industry Impact from COVID-19

The annual G2E conference has gone virtual for 2020 with insight provided on how the gaming industry in the US has been affected by COVID-19. Over the past few months, every business industry in the United States has tried to come to grips with this... Read More

Boyd Gaming Launches Cashless Gaming Solution in Indiana

Boyd Gaming has partnered with Aristocrat Technologies to create a cashless gaming solution with the product first launching at the Blue Chip Casino in Indiana. For the past few years, ideas have been swirling around in the gaming community as to how a... Read More

Dutch Government Provides Insight on New Self-Exclusion System

The Netherlands is about to introduce a new self-exclusion system for players to be able to remove themselves from accessing online gambling services. In most countries where gambling is legalized, there are self-exclusion tools that players can use to... Read More

The Cromwell Las Vegas Finally to Reopen but to Adults Only

Caesars Entertainment has announced The Cromwell will reopen next week but only to adults 21 years of age or older. In Las Vegas, most casino resorts and hotels reopened back in June into July. Caesars Entertainment decided that its boutique hotel and... Read More

Google and Apple Face Lawsuits for Illegal Gambling

Both Google and Apple are involved in federal lawsuits in Alabama for allegedly allowing players to download apps and gamble. Downloading an app is a simple process. We do it all the time to play games, listen to music, message friends, etc. In... Read More

Manchester Casinos and Betting Shops to Close due to COVID

Casinos and betting shops located in Manchester will close due to the region entering the Tier 3 category for COVID-19 regulations. Across the world, casinos are having to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. For months, the virus has plagued the world and... Read More

Virginia Churches Show Opposition to Bristol Casino Plans

Some churches in Virginia are coming out in strong opposition to a casino opening in the city of Bristol. For a new casino to be added in a state within the US, legal changes must be made. The process depends on the individual state. In Virginia, it... Read More

Tokyo Police Work to Shut Down Illegal Baccarat Facilities

The police in Tokyo have raided another illegal baccarat facility, shutting down the business and making four arrests. Operating an illegal gambling business in any country is a big no-no. When individuals are caught in the act, it usually starts with... Read More

Tribal Casinos in San Diego County Stay Tight Lipped About COVID-19

Tribal casinos in San Diego County reopened casinos before the state allowed and now many wonder how they might have been affected by the coronavirus. In San Diego County, tribal casino operators decided to reopen their gaming venues before the state... Read More

Caesars Entertainment to Bring Back Parking Charges This Month

Caesars Entertainment has announced parking charges are going to be reinstated at Las Vegas Strip properties. For decades, one of the perks to traveling to Las Vegas was the free parking. Casino resorts offered free parking for many years, which was a... Read More

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