Monthly Archives: February, 2021

BGC Reveals New Rules for Social Media and Gambling

In the UK, the Betting and Gaming Council has just announced new rules regarding social media accounts, football clubs, and gambling. The Betting and Gaming Council (BGC) is the gaming industry standards body for the United Kingdom. The group often... Read More

Police in California Raid More Illegal Gambling Facilities

California police are still working to shut down illegal gambling operations known as slaphouses, with around 70 arrests taking place last week. Illegal gambling is an apparent problem in California. The state has been dealing with operations known as... Read More

Encore Boston Harbor Visitor Arrested for Selling Meth

A visitor to the Encore Boston Harbor in Massachusetts was arrested recently after trying to sell meth to patrons of the casino. We have heard of a lot of criminal activity at casinos over the years. From robberies and fights to murder and abuse.... Read More

Nevada Governor to Ease Some Casino COVID-19 Restrictions

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has decided to ease some COVID-19 restrictions regarding casino properties. Gaming venues in Nevada have been struggling for almost a year now due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With closures, then operating at a lower... Read More

Resorts World Sentosa Feeling China Crackdown Impact

The Resorts World Sentosa Casino in Singapore is feeling the impact of a crackdown of cross-border gambling in China, as high rollers basically non-existent at the facility. Things are changing considerably in the gambling world when it comes to... Read More

Crown Resorts Found Unsuitable for Sydney License

A recent inquiry into the Crown Resorts company has resulted in the loss of its Sydney gaming license. Although a casino resort has already been created in Sydney, Australia by Crown Resorts, the company will no longer be able to offer gaming. Just a... Read More

Massive Turnout for Resorts World Las Vegas Job Openings

Resorts World Las Vegas recently opened the hiring process and received way more applications than they bargained for. It is not uncommon for a job opening to receive several applicants interested in the position. People are often looking for new work,... Read More

Connecticut Lawmakers Want Gambling Expansion for College Aid

Lawmakers in the state of Connecticut would like to expand gambling in a major way to provide tuition assistance for college students. It is not uncommon for proceeds from gambling services within states of the US to go towards education. Many... Read More

Report Shows Black Market Threats to UK Gambling Industry

A report commissioned by the Betting and Gaming Council reveals the threat the UK gambling industry faces from the black market. The UK gambling industry is undergoing several changes currently as regulators try to make the industry safer for... Read More

Nevada Officials Request Larger Gathering Sizes

Officials in Nevada are requesting the gathering size of live events be increased to help struggling areas of the state like Las Vegas. Capacity limits have been low across the United States when it comes to casinos as well as live events and public... Read More