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Boyd Gaming Launches Cashless Gaming Solution in Indiana

Boyd Gaming has partnered with Aristocrat Technologies to create a cashless gaming solution with the product first launching at the Blue Chip Casino in Indiana. For the past few years, ideas have been swirling around in the gaming community as to how a... Read More

The Cromwell Las Vegas Finally to Reopen but to Adults Only

Caesars Entertainment has announced The Cromwell will reopen next week but only to adults 21 years of age or older. In Las Vegas, most casino resorts and hotels reopened back in June into July. Caesars Entertainment decided that its boutique hotel and... Read More

Caesars Entertainment to Bring Back Parking Charges This Month

Caesars Entertainment has announced parking charges are going to be reinstated at Las Vegas Strip properties. For decades, one of the perks to traveling to Las Vegas was the free parking. Casino resorts offered free parking for many years, which was a... Read More

Mohegan Indian Tribe One Step Closer to Operating Las Vegas Property

The Mohegan Indian Tribe just received approval by the Nevada Gaming Control Board to become the first Native American gaming company to operate a casino in the region. The Mohegan Indian Tribe in Connecticut has an impressive gaming revenue. They... Read More

Wynn Resorts Prepping for Conventions, Entertainment and Events

CEO of Wynn Resorts, Matt Maddox, has provided insight into how the casino operator plans to bring back conventions and other entertainment. In Nevada, casinos have been up and running since June, after shutting down in March due to the onset of... Read More

Nevada Tobacco Prevention Coalition Pushing for Smoke-Free Casinos

As some casinos choose to go smoke-free due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Nevada Tobacco Prevention Coalition is pushing for a blanket ban. Casino operator MGM Resorts will be reopening the Park MGM property this week as a smoke-free facility. Some... Read More

Flutter Entertainment Hires Tom Watson to Help Strengthen Problem Gambling Controls

Flutter Entertainment looks to strengthen controls regarding problem gambling with the hiring of former deputy leader of the UK Labor party, Tom Watson. For gambling companies, it is important to have problem gambling controls in place, as well as a... Read More

First Full Casino Operations Month in Massachusetts Shows Large YOY Decline

The three casinos in Massachusetts have been open for over one month now, with August revenue totals showing a decrease in revenues. The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has reported the August revenue data for the state’s three casinos. In total, the... Read More

North Carolina Casino Connected to Money Laundering Scheme

The Harrah’s Cherokee Hotel and Casino in North Carolina has been connected to an attempted money laundering scheme involving over $350,000. Money laundering is a big issue that certain business types face on a regular basis. Facilities like casinos... Read More

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