Monthly Archives: January, 2021

Nevada Gaming Revenues Hit New Low in 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to casinos in Nevada hitting a new low, with revenues resembling earnings from the 1990s. The year 2020 was not a good one for casinos in Nevada. The COVID-19 pandemic hit early, with casinos shutting down across the state... Read More

China’s Cross-Border Gambling Travel Blacklist Expanded

A travel blacklist in China has grown, with new areas listed where the country is trying to protect its citizens from cross-border gambling. Being blacklisted is never good. Whether you are a person or a business that is blacklisted it is a major... Read More

Georgia Lawmaker Introduces Casino Gambling Measure

Representative Ron Stephens has introduced new legislation in the Georgia House to legalize casino gambling. Lawmakers in Georgia are just not giving up when it comes to legalizing casino gambling. The state is one of a select few that does not offer... Read More

More Arrests in Illegal Connecticut Gambling Operation

Police have arrested three more men in Connecticut who are suspected of being involved in an ongoing illegal gambling scheme. To provide gambling services in a state within the US, there are certain requirements that an operator must meet. Licensing... Read More

Apple Facing Lawsuit Over Illegal Gambling in California

The Apple company is currently facing a lawsuit in the state of California due to a social casino app being dubbed illegal gambling. When it comes to gambling services in the United States, companies must adhere to local laws and protocols in order to... Read More

GambleAware Wants More Flexibility for Player Deposits

After a new study was published by Behavioural Insights Team, GambleAware is now seeking more flexibility for gambling deposit limits in the UK. Over the past few months, the UK Gambling Commission has worked hard to ensure player protections within... Read More

Online Gambling Begins in Michigan Today

Michigan will finally launch online casino games and sports betting today. One of the latest states to legalize online gambling is Michigan. Players have been waiting for months to see the industry come to fruition and today is the day. It was expected... Read More

Spectacle Founder Sues Indiana Gaming Commission

Spectacle Entertainment founder Rod Ratcliff has filed a lawsuit against the Indiana Gaming Commission after his gaming license was suspended. A lawsuit was recently filed by the founder of Spectacle Entertainment against the Indiana Gaming Commission.... Read More

Atlantic City Casinos Subject to Extended COVID-19 Restrictions

Casinos in Atlantic City will be subject to COVID-19 restrictions for an additional 30 days. By now, most residents in the United States felt like the COVID-19 pandemic would be a thing of the past. Unfortunately, that is not the case. We are still... Read More

New Mexico Rep. Introduces New Gambling Legislation

Full casino gaming and sports betting could be coming to New Mexico if a new bill is passed into law. Way back in 1996, a Lottery Scholarship Fund was created in New Mexico. Since that time, gambling revenues have helped to cover tuition costs for... Read More