Monthly Archives: July, 2021

Will Las Vegas Travel Slow Down Due to COVID-19 Uptick?

As cases of COVID-19 increase in Las Vegas, will it stop travelers from visiting the casino town? After ravaging the casino industry in 2020, it seems the COVID-19 pandemic is back for more. Major gambling towns like Las Vegas are starting to see an... Read More

French Gambling Regulator Calls for Ad Reduction

The gambling regulator in France is calling for operators to lower the number of advertisements on offer after heavy marketing during Euros. When it comes to gambling advertising, operators have to adhere to strict regulations based on their location.... Read More

Mask Mandate Approved in Clark County, Nevada

The Clark County Commission has included casinos in its recent mask mandate. This week, mask wearing among employees of casinos in Las Vegas was up for debate. Nevada has seen an uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases and with venues operating at 100%... Read More

Federal Judge Orders Red Rock to Negotiate with Union

A federal judge has ruled that Red Rock Casino Resort must begin negotiations with local unions. Unions have had a tough battle in the state of Nevada. There are a few casino operators that do not want to see employees unionize and have fought against... Read More

Major Casino Operators Form Coalition in Georgia

Some big-name players from the casino world are coming together to see casino gaming come to the southern state of Georgia. Lawmakers have been trying to bring casino gaming to Georgia for years. The conservative state has shot down every effort, which... Read More

Casino Blacklist Grows Larger in China

A casino blacklist in China has grown larger, the officials continue to ban locations that citizens can travel to. China’s government has the ultimate control of its citizens, making decisions for its people in a number of ways. When it comes to the... Read More

Masks Are Back in Nevada as COVID-19 Cases Rise

Health officials are recommending that everyone in crowded areas of Nevada should wear a mask for protection from COVID-19. On Friday, the Southern Nevada Health District announced a recommendation that everyone should wear a mask in crowded indoor... Read More

Ontario Casinos Subject to Money Laundering Task Force

Officials in Ontario have launched a new money laundering task force as casinos reopen. Money laundering is a constant issue among casinos around the world. Because casino venues handle a large amount of cash on a daily basis, the properties require... Read More

PGCB to Consider Mini-Casino Location

SC Gaming Op Co., LLC has plans to create a new mini-casino at the Nittany Mall and need approval from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. Since 2017, the state of Pennsylvania has been working on launching satellite casinos. Also known as... Read More

Crown London Aspinalls Faces Employee Lawsuit

The Crown London Aspinalls in Mayfair was recently named in a lawsuit by a former employee who says she faced racial and sexual discrimination. In general, an employee excepts to be treated fairly by their employer. There should be no discrimination of... Read More