News Articles Written By: Mike Brown

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

Alabama Casino Proponents Pushing for Progress

Advocates for casino gaming in Alabama are ramping up efforts to see legislation come to fruition in the state. With 2022 under way, casino proponents in the southern state of Alabama are hoping to see gaming come to fruition. New legislation is in the... Read More

Two Men Win Unlawful Arrest Case Involving Golden Nugget

Two men who were arrested at the Golden Nugget in late 2017 have won a case involving unlawful detainment. When visiting a casino, one expects to have a good time, not to get arrested. For two men from Maryland, that is exactly what happened back in... 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

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

New COVID-19 Variant Hits Casino Stocks Hard

With the announcement of a new COVID-19 variant, casino stocks crashed hard, as the new strain could affect the gaming industry in a negative manner. Unless you have been living under a rock somewhere or out in the wilderness with no connection to the... Read More

Michigan’s iGaming Industry Remains Stable with Solid Growth

The online gaming industry in Michigan continues to thrive, with both online casino and sports betting services faring well in October. While the online gaming market may be small in the United States, areas in which services are offered are thriving.... Read More

Penn National Smoker Employees File Lawsuit

A class action lawsuit has been filed against Penn National by employees who smoke. A class action lawsuit was filed by around 1,500 employees of the Penn National Gaming company. The employees involved in the suit are regular smokers and feel that... Read More

New York Approves Nine Mobile Sports Betting Licenses

The New York State Gaming Commission recently approved nine sports betting licenses, allowing players to soon have access to gaming via smartphones and tablets. Sports betting is an activity that has been offered in the United States for quite some... Read More

Nebraska Casino Gaming Finally Moving Forward

Casino regulations have finally been drafted in Nebraska, helping the industry to move forward with starting services. About a year after voters in the state of Nebraska approved casino gambling, it seems the process is finally moving forward.... Read More