Monthly Archives: November, 2021

World Series of Poker Moving to Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas

The World Series of Poker is moving from its home base of the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino to Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas next year. For many years, the World Series of Poker tournament has taken place at the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino in... Read More

Kansspelautoriteit Taking New Approach with Unlicensed Operators

Kansspelautoriteit is taking a stricter approach to unlicensed operators offering services to Dutch customers. In many regions around the world, gambling is offered online in a variety of ways, from casino gaming to poker, lottery, and sports betting.... Read More

Feedback Regarding Terre Haute Casino Under Consideration

A public comment period for the Terre Haute Casino has ended with the Indiana Gaming Commission reviewing the data before making a licensing decision. The Indiana Gaming Commission has its hands full. The regulator has received over 200 comments... Read More

Alderman Sophia King Speaks Out Against Casino Prospects

Alderman Sophia King has decided to speak out a potential casino in Chicago stating that it should not be constructed at the expense of local communities. Chicago is set to create a new casino development, with several proposals currently on the table... Read More

Fontainebleau Owners Say Las Vegas Casino Will Open in 2023

The new owners of the Fontainebleau casino in Las Vegas say the old building will be back in action by 2023. Las Vegas has been in a busy city for decades. For many years, Sin City has been home to quality casinos, a top-rated destination location that... Read More

Former Fraternity Financial Director Steals to Gamble

A former Financial Director of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity is in trouble after it was determined that he stole $3 million to gamble at Harrah’s Philadelphia casino. When one is in charge of the finances of a group or business, that individual must... Read More

Poker Pro Accuses WSOP Competitor of Hiding COVID-19 Virus

Justin Bonomo has accused a fellow WSOP competitor of having COVID-19 and playing anyway. The World Series of Poker is in full swing at the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The WSOP did not take place as it normally does in 2020... Read More

New York Approves Nine Mobile Sports Betting Licenses

The New York State Gaming Commission recently approved nine sports betting licenses, allowing players to soon have access to gaming via smartphones and tablets. Sports betting is an activity that has been offered in the United States for quite some... Read More

More Details Emerge on Chicago Casino Proposals

Five proposals have been submitted in Chicago to create a casino from three different companies hoping to be selected for licensing. The process of bringing a casino to Chicago is moving forward. Five bids were provided to city officials from three... Read More

Pennsylvania Casinos See High Revenues Despite Smoking Ban

Parx Casino and Mount Airy see casino revenue increase despite continual indoor smoking ban. The fight involving smoking in casinos continues across the United States. In several regions, like Atlantic City, smoking still takes place indoors.... Read More