Monthly Archives: May, 2021

Seneca Nation Wants NY Slot Revenue Share Lowered

The Seneca Nation recently told New York regulators that the 25% slot machine revenue share they provide the state is now too high. To be able to offer gambling services in the United States, an operator has to be approved by a regulator in a state... Read More

New Florida Poll Shows Voters Want Say in Casino Expansion

The results of a new poll in Florida have been published, showing that most residents want to be able to decide if the Seminole Tribe should be able to offer expanded gambling. For many states in the US, the residents in the individual state get to... Read More

Wynn Casino and Cosmopolitan Ready for 100% Capacity

The Nevada Gaming Control Board has approved Wynn Resorts Las Vegas properties and the Cosmopolitan to open at 100% capacity. In Nevada, the state set a goal to be open at 100% capacity by June. The path to this percentage includes continued mask... Read More

Ladbrokes Under Fire Over Australian Problem Gambler Issue

Ladbrokes is facing severe backlash over a problem gambler from Australia that was supposedly groomed by them and defrauded his employer for millions that he used for gambling. Ladbrokes is a well-known gambling operator that has found itself in a bit... Read More

Goa Casinos Remain Closed as COVID-19 Spreads in India

Casinos in Goa are still closed as a lockdown issued by the government stands due to the spread of the coronavirus. While casinos in the United States prepare to be open at 100% capacity post-pandemic, other countries are experiencing the opposition.... Read More

Mississippi Casinos Remove COVID-19 Restrictions

All casinos in Mississippi are now allowed to remove COVID-19 restrictions including mask mandates. On Thursday, the Mississippi Gaming Commission announced that all COVID-19 restrictions enacted since March 4 were not longer required. The order starts... Read More