Monthly Archives: January, 2022

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

Great Canadian Gaming Corporation Warns Of iGaming Consequences

The Great Canadian Gaming Corporation feels that online gambling legalization in Ontario will harm the land-based industry. When online casino gambling was being considered in several states across the United States, some land-based operators were... Read More

Spelinspektionen Not Opposed to Restrictions on iSlots

Swedish gambling regulator Spelinspektionen is not opposed to placing restrictions on online slot games but unsure as to what the impact would be. Over the past few years, as COVID-19 has entered the global landscape, gambling regulators have begun to... Read More

Lightning Roulette Now Live in New Jersey via Evolution

Top-rated software supplier Evolution has added its Lightning Roulette game in the Garden State. One of the most popular online gaming categories available in several US states is live dealer. Player’s love enjoying live dealer games due to the... Read More

Wynn Resorts Still Pursuing COVID-19 Insurance Lawsuit

Wynn Resorts is still trying to receive compensation via an insurance filing involving COVID-19 and operation disruptions. Wynn Resorts has been trying for some time to receive compensation for losses connected to operation restrictions when the... Read More

Casino Industry Directives Issued for Macau Involving Licensing

Officials in Macau have now revealed details involving changes to the casino industry, including the operation period for license holders. Changes are coming to Macau’s gambling industry. This week, government officials made an announcement involving... Read More

Small Businesses Want In On The Massachusetts Sports Betting Action

Just under 100 businesses in Massachusetts have asked the state senate to legalize sports betting in 2022. Sports betting is booming across the United States, offered via casinos and other gambling establishments across the country. More and more... Read More

New Law Seeks to Add 6th Qualifying Casino Town in Virginia

New legislation is in the works to bring a casino to a 6th town in Virginia, meanwhile Richmond still fighting for its gaming venue. In 2020, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam approved a measure that allowed five cities to vote on commercial casino... Read More