Monthly Archives: November, 2020

Ontario Considering Legislation to Allow Online Gambling

The Conservative government of Ontario has promised within its 2020 budget to introduce legislation to legalize online casino gaming. In Canada, the legal landscape for gambling is vast. In some areas, there are online gaming options while others stick... Read More

Melco Closes Two Cyprus Casinos Due to COVID-19 Curfew

Melco Resorts & Entertainment has shut down two casinos due to a curfew set in Cyprus because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Across the globe, almost every area of the world is grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic in some form or fashion. While some... Read More

NSW Government Seeks to Change Crown Resorts Agreement

 The government of New South Wales is working on legislation that will close up any loopholes regarding Crown Resorts as issues remain. Whenever the government is against you, things are not looking good. In New South Wales, the government has... Read More

Nevada Introduces New COVID-19 Stay at Home Plan

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has revealed a new stay at home plan to fight COVID-19, asking residents to stay home but allowing visitors to still come in. Over the past few months, we have seen orders and restrictions come and go regarding COVID-19.... Read More

Crown Resorts Pressured to Delay Opening of Sydney Casino

Pressure is being placed on Crown Resorts to delay the opening of a new Sydney casino due to licensing suitability investigation. To be able to offer casino gaming in a legalized setting, licensing is required. Around the world, operators go through a... Read More

More Furloughs Coming As Encore Boston Harbor Closes Hotel

After being forced to close during the nighttime hours due to new COVID-19 restrictions, the Encore Boston Harbor has now shut down its hotel with furloughs to come. In Massachusetts, Governor Charlie Baker decided to create new COVID-19 restrictions... Read More

Connecticut Foxwoods Casino Debuts New Senior Gaming Space

The Foxwoods Resort Casino of Connecticut has just opened a new space for seniors, reserving gaming options for players who are 55 or older. When visiting a land-based casino, players are used to visiting certain areas, like the gaming floor and the... Read More

British Columbia Lawmaker Connected to Casino Schemes

A former police commander is accusing a British Columbia lawmaker of allowing money laundering at state-owned casinos. Money laundering is a big offense in countries around the world. In the gambling industry, casinos have anti-money laundering... Read More

Voters in Virginia Approve Commercial Casinos

Four cities in Virginia voted yes for commercial casinos, with operators like Hard Rock and Caesars set to enter the state. Across the US, citizens are waiting with bated breath to see if it will be four more years of Donald Trump as president or if... Read More

Feds Charge Two Las Vegas Men in Sports Betting Scheme

Two men from Las Vegas, Nevada face federal charges after an investigation reveals a covert sports betting scheme. When it comes to investments, you have to be careful. There are swindlers out there that will try to take you for a ride and steal all... Read More

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