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Nebraska Racing & Gaming Commission Approve Casino Rules

Casino gaming is closer to fruition in Nebraska as the state Racing and Gaming Commission has approved the rules for the new industry. Historic changes are occurring in Nebraska as gaming regulators approve new rules for casinos within horse... Read More

Major Las Vegas Companies Want in on the NY Casino Action

More than six major gambling companies have shown interest in a New York City casino as the Request for Information process concludes. The state of New York is preparing to provide three casino gaming licenses to companies for the New York City area,... Read More

Developers Provide Insight into Chicago Casino Proposals

Casino companies vying for licensing in Chicago recently presented their project ideas to the public. The process of bringing a casino to Chicago continues as interested parties have recently submitted their proposals to the public. The University of... Read More

Six Macau Casino Operators to Lose Gaming Licensing June 2022

Six Macau casino operators are set to lose their gaming rights on June 26, 2022 amidst gaming review. An in-depth review is in the works for Macau, as the local government takes a look at the gaming industry. The process has been ongoing for quite some... Read More

Former Detroit Police Sergeant Faces Prison Time for iGaming Scheme

A former sergeant with the Detroit police department faces up to 10 years in prison for embezzling over $30,000 from inmate’s ATM cards. When an individual is hired in position of authority, such as a police officer, they are responsible in a number... Read More

Unibet Faces Anti-Money Laundering Issues in Denmark

Unibet is the latest online gambling company to be called out by gaming regulators in Denmark for violations. Gaming regulators in Denmark are not playing around when it comes to violations within the country’s gambling industry. For quite some... Read More

Slidell Casino Project Rejected by Voters

A plan to bring a casino to Slidell, Louisiana have fell through after voters decided to say no on a recent ballot measure. In some states in the US, before a casino can be constructed, voters must approve it. This is known as a referendum. In... Read More

UKGC Says More AML Issues Will Result in Further Crackdown

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) is not playing around when it comes to anti-money laundering issues and plans to crackdown hard on the gaming industry if problems continue. For the past few years, the gambling industry in the United Kingdom has been... Read More

More Sports Betting Licensing Provided for Two Maryland Properties

Sports betting continues to grow in Maryland as officials have just approved two more venues for licensing. As sports betting prepares to launch in Maryland, two more facilities have been approved for licensing. Earlier this week, it was announced that... Read More

Unusual Casino Plan Set to Be Unveiled for NY on December 10

Money manager Jason Ader will submit casino plans for a venue in New York on December 10, with odd options like a landing pad for flying cards and a trading floor for cryptocurrency. The New York State Gaming Commission has issued a deadline for... Read More