News Articles Written By: Toby Mitchell

G2E Hopeful for Las Vegas Return Later This Year

Global Gaming Expo (G2E) organizers are hopeful that the annual event will be back in action this year, live in Las Vegas. Conferences are nothing new to Las Vegas. Sin City hosts hundreds of events each year, from work conferences to options for... Read More

Las Vegas Casinos Take Different Approach to Employee Vaccinations

The Cosmopolitan is offering employees cash incentives to be vaccinated while Wynn Resorts threatens weekly testing. The COVID-19 vaccination process has been in full swing for quite some time in the United States. For casino operators, there is a push... Read More

First Nations File Lawsuit Against Alberta for iGaming Site

After Play Alberta launched online, the First Nations decided to sue the government claiming the province has no right to offer such gambling options. When it comes to tribal gaming and commercial options, the legalities can get tricky. In the United... Read More

Casinos in Manila and Uruguay Close due to COVID-19

Casinos in Manila and Uruguay have shut down for another quarantine period due to COVID-19. After a year of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, it seemed that maybe there was a light at the end of the tunnel. Perhaps with the vaccinations now being... Read More

Blackstone Group Proposes a Buyout of Crown Resorts

As the Crown Resorts company continues to struggle, the Blackstone Group Inc. has proposed buying out the company for $6.2 billion. Crown Resorts has been struggling for quite some time. After being under investigation for months and losing its... Read More

Did Virginia Mistakenly Approve Skill Gaming Titles?

A recent vote among Virginia Legislature has many turning their heads with the possibility that skill game machines were legalized for another year instead of being banned. When it comes to lawmakers and the legislative process, a great deal of... Read More

MGM Resorts Sued Over Alleged Deceptive Resort Fees

MGM Resorts International is currently being sued for charging what one group is calling deceptive resort fees. In Las Vegas, as well as around the world, it is not uncommon to pay resort fees when staying at a casino resort or a hotel. Extra charges... Read More

State iGaming Compact with Mohegan Sun Causes Friction

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has signed a deal with the Mohegan Sun for online gaming and sports betting services. The second tribe in the state feels this is disrespectful. Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont announced this week that a deal was reached... Read More

Crown Resorts Under Fire as Investigations Continue

After the recent Sydney ruling, Crown Resorts is now being reviewed in Perth and Victoria. Crown Resorts seems to be continually in hot water due to years of unseemly allegations, including money laundering and other criminal activity. A recent... Read More

Macau Considering Resuming E-Visas for Travel from China

Officials in Macau are considering allowing e-visa’s again for individuals based in mainland China. Macau relies on tourism to maintain its economy. As a gambling mecca, the area has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Since March 2020, Macau has... Read More