Monthly Archives: October, 2020

Cosmopolitan Latest Strip Casino to Add More Security Measures

The Cosmopolitan Resort is the latest casino on the Las Vegas Strip to add security as violence continues. As violence continues to take place along the Las Vegas Strip, casinos are taking action to ensure their guests are safe. The Cosmopolitan is the... Read More

Tax Revenues Fall in Illinois as a Result of Coronavirus Pandemic

The state of Illinois is seeing a tax revenue shortage due to the casino closures stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. In 2019, the state of Illinois passed legislation to expand gambling. They saw the change as a way to bring in new revenues via... Read More

Japan Pushes Back Casino Process Citing Scandal and COVID-19

The central government of Japan has pushed back the deadline for the casino bidding process blaming COVID-19 and recent scandals as the issue. In Japan, the central government has decided to push back a deadline of July 2021 for the casino resort... Read More

Mohegan Indian Tribe One Step Closer to Operating Las Vegas Property

The Mohegan Indian Tribe just received approval by the Nevada Gaming Control Board to become the first Native American gaming company to operate a casino in the region. The Mohegan Indian Tribe in Connecticut has an impressive gaming revenue. They... Read More

SkyCity Auckland First Major Casino to Remove COVID-19 Restrictions

The SkyCity Auckland casino in New Zealand is gearing up to be the first major casino in the world to remove COVID-19 restrictions. The year 2020 has been a wild one. The world has been plagued by the COVID-19 pandemic, with businesses shutting down in... Read More

Conservatives Out In Full Force Against Nebraska Casino Initiative

Several former lawmakers of Nebraska are speaking out against an initiative on the November ballot that would bring casinos to the state. A petition drive by Keep the Money in Nebraska was successful in securing three questions on the November ballot... Read More

Violence Continues on Las Vegas Strip with another Shooting Incident

Another shooting took place along the Las Vegas Strip, marking yet another incident of violence in the area. Over the past few weeks, incidents of violence involving shootings have occurred on a regular basis on the Las Vegas Strip. Police have been... Read More

Wynn Resorts Prepping for Conventions, Entertainment and Events

CEO of Wynn Resorts, Matt Maddox, has provided insight into how the casino operator plans to bring back conventions and other entertainment. In Nevada, casinos have been up and running since June, after shutting down in March due to the onset of... Read More

Northern California Casino Hit with Cyber Attack

The Cache Creek Casino has announced they were victim of a cyber attack after first reporting a systems infrastructure failure. The Cache Creek Casino is owned and operated by the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation. The casino was shut down on September 20 and... Read More

Las Vegas Court Approves Settlement for MGM Resorts Shooting Victims

MGM Resorts and its insurers can now settle with the 2017 shooting victims in the amount of $800m after a Las Vegas court gave approval. As the third anniversary of the 2017 deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas takes place today, a Clark County District... Read More

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