Monthly Archives: November, 2021

New COVID-19 Variant Hits Casino Stocks Hard

With the announcement of a new COVID-19 variant, casino stocks crashed hard, as the new strain could affect the gaming industry in a negative manner. Unless you have been living under a rock somewhere or out in the wilderness with no connection to the... Read More

Ladbrokes Coral Loses $800k Via Laminated Banknote Scam

Four men in the United Kingdom were able to scam betting shops of Ladbrokes Coral out of $800,000 by using laminated banknotes. Posting a bet is easy in the United Kingdom thanks to self-service kiosks. Players place cash inside the machine to bet,... Read More

COVID-19 Mask Mandates Return as Cases Increase

As positive COVID-19 cases increase across the United States, casinos are bringing mask mandates back for public safety. This Thanksgiving weekend is a busy one in the United States. Millions of Americans are traveling to see loved ones this year after... Read More

Illegal Gambling Case Against Facebook, Apple & Google Combines

Lawsuits filed against Apple, Facebook, and Google alleging the companies allowed illegal gambling have now been combined into one complaint. Several lawsuits filed against major companies like Facebook, Apple, and Google involving illegal gambling... Read More

Seminole Tribe of Florida Appeal Federal Ruling Blocking Expansion

The Seminole Tribe of Florida are appealing a ruling by a federal judge where its expansion of online sports betting and gambling has been blocked. An expansion of gambling and the launch of online sports betting are halted in the state of Florida... Read More

Michigan’s iGaming Industry Remains Stable with Solid Growth

The online gaming industry in Michigan continues to thrive, with both online casino and sports betting services faring well in October. While the online gaming market may be small in the United States, areas in which services are offered are thriving.... Read More

Penn National Reveals Hollywood Morgantown Opening Next Month

Penn National is opening yet another satellite casino, this time in Morgantown with an opening date set for December 22nd. Penn National Gaming is at it again. The company announced this week that its second satellite casino in Pennsylvania will be... Read More

Nevada Gaming Control Board Reviews Cashless Payment App

The Nevada Gaming Control Board spent a recent meeting reviewing a cashless gaming app by Sightline Payments. As technology continues to change and consumers use various cashless ways to pay for products, the gaming world has had to adapt. The younger... Read More

Penn National Smoker Employees File Lawsuit

A class action lawsuit has been filed against Penn National by employees who smoke. A class action lawsuit was filed by around 1,500 employees of the Penn National Gaming company. The employees involved in the suit are regular smokers and feel that... Read More

Indiana Gaming Commission Picks Churchill Downs for New Casino

Churchill Downs has been chosen for the casino license in Terre Haute by the Indiana Gaming Commission. After a long and exhaustive process, Churchill Downs has been named the operator for a new casino in Terre Haute, Indiana. The $240 million... Read More