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Online Casino Gaming & Sports Betting Coming to Ontario in April

By April 4, Ontario will offer online sports betting and casino gaming to players in the province. iGaming Ontario announced late last week that online casino gaming and sports betting are coming to the province on April 4. The Alcohol and Gaming... Read More

Macau Government Plans to Set Annual Revenue Targets for Casinos

New gaming law changes in Macau could see operators required to hit a certain revenue target or risk losing electronic and table games. In Macau, government officials have been steadily working on legal changes involving the gambling industry. We know... Read More

Texas Open House Seat Shows Divide Regarding Casino Issue

Candidates are hoping to land an available House seat in Texas, with the fight heating up as commercial gambling comes into the mix. The state of Texas does not offer any type of commercial casino gaming, and many would like to see that change. Some... Read More

New Gaming Study Shows 10% of PA Adults Are Gambling Online

Penn State researchers recently finished up a study involving the online gaming industry in the state, revealing 10% take part in the activity. When a state begins to offer a new gambling element, there are usually studies conducted to see how things... Read More

Virgin Las Vegas Casino Adds Resort Fee Charges

Visitors to the Virgin Las Vegas Casino will now be charged with a nightly resort fee of $45, after the resort opened with no such fees in place early last year. Visitors to Las Vegas, Nevada are used to paying high prices during the trip, from fine... Read More

Pennsylvania Casinos Struggling to Reach Pre-Pandemic Revenue Totals

Land based casinos in Pennsylvania struggle to reach pre-pandemic revenue totals due to online competition and COVID issues. The year 2019 seems like such a long time ago. It was the last normal year we had before the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. For... Read More

Employee Continues to Fight Against Red Rock Casino Unionization

One employee of Red Rock Casino Resort in Las Vegas is working to see the National Labor Relations Board efforts to overturn the unionization of the casino. Station Casinos really does not want to see its casinos unionized. The company has been... Read More

Nevada Gaming Commission to Allow Cashless Gaming Mobile Verification

This week, the Nevada Gaming Commission agreed to allow players to sign up for a cashless gaming account remotely, cutting down on long wait times inside casinos. For quite some time, cashless payments have been utilized in a few Nevada casinos as a... Read More

UKGC Fines Two Operators for Failing to Uphold Regulations

Annexio and Rank Digital Gaming Limited are facing fines after the UK Gambling Commission decided to fine them for regulatory failings. Gambling operators that want to offer licensed services anywhere in the world must adhere to local regulations and... Read More

Legislators in Macau to Begin Review of New Gaming Laws

Macau lawmakers are starting their official review of the new gambling laws, beginning with the General Assembly. Authorities in Macau just recently published drafted rules for the gaming industry, with the licensing set to continue at six venues in... Read More