Monthly Archives: November, 2020

Suffolk Downs Takes Wynn Resorts to State Court

Suffolk Downs has taken its case against Wynn Resorts to state court, arguing the casino company should not have been provided the Boston area casino license. Suffolk Downs racetrack was a facility in Massachusetts offering horse racing. The property... Read More

Finland’s Veikkaus To Shut Down Slots due to COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect gaming industry’s around the world including Finland, where Veikkaus will shut down services temporarily starting this weekend. Around the globe, countries are trying to figure out how to handle the COVID-19... Read More

Vegas Casinos Offering Black Friday Deals to Stay Afloat

Casinos in Las Vegas have jumped on the Black Friday and Cyber Monday bandwagon in the hopes of bringing in revenues as they struggle to stay in business amidst the pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has hit everyone hard. Millions of people have lost... Read More

UK Lockdown to End but Casinos/Betting Shops Remain Closed

The COVID-19 lockdown will end in the UK on December 3, allowing businesses to reopen, except for casinos and betting shops in certain areas. The UK is one of many countries struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses have been shut down and... Read More

Vegas Mayor Not Happy with Governor’s COVID Restrictions

Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman has come out against Governor Steve Sisolak’s new COVID-19 restrictions, calling him a dictator. The state of Nevada is one of the hardest hit by the COVID-19 virus. Not only has the state seen a large number of... Read More

Feds Find Philly Mob Spreading Its Influence into Atlantic City

Federal investigators have determined that a criminal mob organization in Philadelphia has been recruiting individuals for years and sending them to Atlantic City. The latest developments in a Philadelphia mob case seem straight out of a movie. On... Read More

Nevada Casinos Face New Struggle as Capacity Reduced to 25%

Nevada casinos will be restricted to 25% capacity starting this Tuesday after a new order was issued by Governor Steve Sisolak. Casino industries across the United States are being greatly affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. Since closing in March and... Read More

Crown Resorts Wants Working Test to Reopen in Sydney

As the Crown Resorts struggles to keep its operating license in Sydney, the company asks for a test run in the hopes of passing and staying open. Over the past few weeks, Crown Resorts has been under tough scrutiny by authorities as it prepares to open... Read More

David DeQuattro Pleads Not Guilty in Bribery Case

Architect David DeQuattro has plead not guilty to charges he bribed the tribal chairman of the Massachusetts Mashpee Wampanoag tribe for a casino project. When it comes to doing business, bribes are a big no-no. While this is a well-known fact, it... Read More

Las Vegas Casinos May Face Another COVID-19 Closure

Earlier this week, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak discussed the COVID-19 crisis, leaving many worried that casinos will be shut down again in the future. In Nevada, the state is suffering a major economic loss, particularly in Las Vegas. The entire town... Read More