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Resorts Atlantic City Shuts Down Online Sports Betting Services

Resorts Atlantic City has decided to shut down its online sports betting services and focus solely on land-based operations. The online sports betting industry in the United States is big business. Online operations are booming due to the convenience... Read More

Nepal to Close Two Casinos Due to License & Royalty Payment Issues

Officials in Nepal have decided to close two casinos in the area due to late payments regarding licensing and royalties. When it comes to casino operations, providers must be licensed and operate in accordance with rules and regulations of the industry... Read More

Caesars Entertainment to Host US-Based Job Fair

Caesars Entertainment needs hundreds of employees for its US-based businesses with a hiring event scheduled for later this month. Caesars Entertainment is one of the largest casino gaming companies in the world, operating more than 50 locations in the... Read More

Star Sydney Told High Rollers to Lie for Tax Purposes

Whistleblowers are coming forward against the Star Sydney Casino in Australia, stating the venue had high rollers to lie about their residential status so less taxes would be paid. Every licensed casino around the world must follow strict rules and... Read More

Deadwood Gaming Association Notably Absent in Casino Expansion Battle

The Deadwood Gaming Association is not testifying on a legislative resolution that would allow residents of South Dakota to decide if sports betting should expand in the state. In South Dakota, the Deadwood Gaming Association is a trade group that... Read More

New York Senator Calling for Full Licensing for MGM Empire City 

New York Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins is fully backing MGM Empire City for a full commercial casino license. Three casino licenses are up for grabs in New York State, as the downstate area preps to offer new commercial casino gaming options. The... Read More

World Game Protection Conference to Cover Facial Recognition Software

During the upcoming World Game Protection Conference in Las Vegas, the topic of facial recognition software will be discussed. From February 15-17, the Tropicana Las Vegas will play host to the World Game Protection Conference. During the event,... Read More

Hustler Casino Bans Poker Player for Cheating

A poker player named ‘Skillsrocks’ was banned by Hustler Casino after he was found cheating during a Hustler Casino Live event. When it comes to casino gaming, players are supposed to play by the rules. Anyone caught cheating is removed from the... Read More

Maryland Lawmakers Consider Airport Slot Machine Bill

A new bill is on the table that would allow slot machines inside the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. Slot machines are a great way to bring additional revenues to a state in the US. In most cases, slots are added to... Read More

Urban One Casino Back in Contention in Petersburg

As Petersburg, Virginia makes its move to become a casino city, Urban One casino may still be on the table. Late last year, residents in Richmond, Virginia decided to vote no on the ONE Casino + Resort by Urban One and Peninsula Pacific Entertainment.... Read More