Monthly Archives: October, 2021

Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Celebrate New Indiana Casino

The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians are the new owners of the Caesars Southern Indiana casino, with an official ribbon cutting taking place recently to celebrate. In general, tribal gaming operators will stick to offering casino gaming options on... Read More

New York Residents Accused of Stealing at Atlantic City Casinos

Five residents of New York City have been accused of trying to steal over $1 million from casinos located in Atlantic City. Cheating at a casino is not too common, but it does happen from time to time. Sometimes, players try to use fancy tricks to win... Read More

Detroit Casinos Pushing to Pre-COVID Revenue Levels

Casinos in Detroit, Michigan are nearing pre-COVID-19 revenue levels as visitors numbers continue to increase. Across the United States, casino operators are trying to get back to normal. Most venues are open at 100% capacity but still have some... Read More

September Tourism Numbers Drop in Vegas due to COVID Totals

As cases of COVID-19 continue to increase from the delta variant, the foot traffic in Las Vegas continues to slow down. Unfortunately, the United States is still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. The virus continues to change and create new variants,... Read More

Louisiana Casinos Start Applying for Sports Betting Licensing

Casinos in Louisiana are applying for sports betting licensing as services are set to begin soon. Across the United States, sports betting is booming. Many states have enacted legislation and have busy markets while others are about to launch or... Read More

Casinos and Sports Betting Legislation Coming to Georgia in 2022

Lawmakers in Georgia are at it again, with new legislation coming in 2022 to hopefully legalize casinos and sports betting in the state. Over the past few years, efforts have been ongoing in Georgia to bring sports betting and casinos to the state. All... Read More

Hard Rock International Considering Las Vegas and Chicago Casinos

Hard Rock International has its eye on growth, set to consider adding a casino in Chicago and Las Vegas. Major casino operators make big moves to stay at the top of their game. For some, its adding online services, like sports betting, poker, or casino... Read More

Ireland Lawmakers Consider Gambling Credit Card Ban

The Dáil is considering a blanket credit card ban when it comes to online and in-person gambling activities. Ireland’s parliament is considering a full credit card ban regarding online and in-person gambling services in the country. The Dáil has... Read More

Anti-Smoking Groups Attend Global Gaming Expo

Advocates of a smoke-free casino environment attended the recent Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas, discussing how changes need to be made. In the United States, Nevada is on a short list of individual states that are allowed to offer commercial... Read More

Strat Owner Bringing New Golf Experience to Las Vegas

In an effort to bring more visitors to its Strat Casino, Golden Entertainment plans to create a new golf entertainment complex on site. To be competitive in any market, a business has to keep things fresh and exciting. Depending on what market you... Read More