Monthly Archives: October, 2021

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

MGM Resorts International CEO Shows Support for Nevada iGaming

During a recent discussion panel at IndyFest, the MGM Resorts International CEO Bill Hornbuckle says Nevada is missing out on the iGaming industry potential. In the state of Nevada, there are several options for gambling entertainment including sports... Read More

Las Vegas Tourism Levels Decrease Amidst COVID-19 Variant

As delta variants increase in Las Vegas, the tourism totals began to fall in August. For about a year and a half, Las Vegas, Nevada has been trying to get a handle on the COVID-19 pandemic. In the beginning, casinos shut down in order to slow the... Read More

Churchill Downs Shows Interest in Louisville Casino Project

Churchill Downs is considering opening up a new casino venue in the downtown area of Louisville. In most states across the US, casino gaming is offered. There are multiple venues in many states, with some companies offering more than one facility. It... Read More

Early Voting Begins in Richmond Involving ONE Casino Plans

Voters can start voicing their opinions early in Richmond when it comes to the ONE Casino plans for the capital city. On November 2nd, voters in Richmond, Virginia will be able to have their say involving the ONE Casino project for the capital. This is... Read More