News Articles Written By: Geoff Morgan

Casinos Across the US Still Trying to Hire More Workers

Gaming venues across the United States are still trying to hide more workers as more services become available. In March 2020, the United States changed dramatically. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic set many steps in motion, including the shutdown... Read More

International Game Technology Plans New Units

Because online gaming and sports betting is growing in the US, International Gaming Technology has decided to create a dedicated unit for both sectors. Over the past few years, we have seen the online gambling industry flourish in the United States.... Read More

Wynn Las Vegas Full Time Table Dealers Join Union

Full-time table game dealers of the Wynn Las Vegas are now official members of the International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America labor union. The table game dealers of the Wynn Las Vegas have signed a... Read More

Atlantic City Council Shows Support for Casino Smoking Ban

The Atlantic City Council recently passed a resolution to close a loophole that allows smoking inside Atlantic City casinos. A change may be coming to Atlantic City casinos soon, one that has anti-smokers applauding. The Atlantic City Council recently... Read More

Road Construction a Major Issue for Las Vegas Casinos

Tourists are starting to complain in a major way about the ongoing road improvements in Las Vegas as it is negatively affecting trips to Sin City. Traffic is never fun, especially when it is bumper to bumper and going nowhere. In Las Vegas, residents... Read More

COVID-19 Causes Maryland Live! To Postpone WPT

Due to COVID-19 concerns, the WPT at Maryland Live! Casino has been postponed. COVID-19 has caused major strain on the poker industry for over a year now. When the pandemic first began, poker rooms shutdown due to the social distancing requirements... Read More

Alabama AG Loses Again in Effort to Shut Down Casino

A circuit court judge has ruled against a claim by the Alabama Attorney General’s office to shut down VictoryLand, a dog track and casino operating in Macon County.  For quite some time, the Attorney General’s office of Alabama has been trying to... Read More

Richmond Casino Plans Heads to November Ballot

The Richmond Circuit Court has approved the new casino plans to be added to the November ballot as a referendum, for voters to decide upon. This November, citizens will have their say as to if a casino should be created in Richmond, Virginia. The... Read More

Chicago Extends Casino Proposal Deadline

The process of applying for a casino license in Chicago, Illinois as officials announced an extended deadline for proposals into October. A casino is coming to Chicago, Illinois, eventually. The process has taken some time and right now, city officials... Read More

AGA Wants More Responsible Gaming Measures in US

The American Gaming Association is calling on better responsible gaming practices in the US as gambling expands across the nation. Gambling is an activity enjoyed in many countries around the world, be it online or in person. Regulatory bodies expect... Read More