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GambleAware Wants More Flexibility for Player Deposits

After a new study was published by Behavioural Insights Team, GambleAware is now seeking more flexibility for gambling deposit limits in the UK. Over the past few months, the UK Gambling Commission has worked hard to ensure player protections within... Read More

Online Gambling Begins in Michigan Today

Michigan will finally launch online casino games and sports betting today. One of the latest states to legalize online gambling is Michigan. Players have been waiting for months to see the industry come to fruition and today is the day. It was expected... Read More

Spectacle Founder Sues Indiana Gaming Commission

Spectacle Entertainment founder Rod Ratcliff has filed a lawsuit against the Indiana Gaming Commission after his gaming license was suspended. A lawsuit was recently filed by the founder of Spectacle Entertainment against the Indiana Gaming Commission.... Read More

Atlantic City Casinos Subject to Extended COVID-19 Restrictions

Casinos in Atlantic City will be subject to COVID-19 restrictions for an additional 30 days. By now, most residents in the United States felt like the COVID-19 pandemic would be a thing of the past. Unfortunately, that is not the case. We are still... Read More

New Mexico Rep. Introduces New Gambling Legislation

Full casino gaming and sports betting could be coming to New Mexico if a new bill is passed into law. Way back in 1996, a Lottery Scholarship Fund was created in New Mexico. Since that time, gambling revenues have helped to cover tuition costs for... Read More

Landing Casino in South Korea Subject to Missing Millions

The Landing Casino in South Korea revealed millions were missing last week, with a large portion of the money found a few days later. It is not uncommon for a casino to be subject to criminal activity. For the most part, casinos are able to protect... Read More

Macau Sees Huge Drop in Visitor Numbers in 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic played a huge role in the low number of visitors traveling to Macau in 2020, with an 85% drop reported. The year 2020 seems like a blur. For most of us, the year was spent in isolation and it is not over. The COVID-19 pandemic... Read More

New Jersey Sees YOY Decline in Gaming Sector for 2020

The 2020 reports are in for New Jersey’s gaming sector and as a whole, the industry saw a sharp year-over-year decline when compared to 2019. It was expected that once 2020 gambling revenue reports started to roll in for New Jersey, the results would... Read More

Southern Nevada Casinos Subject to Slot Theft

Casinos in Southern Nevada have been hit by criminals, with suspects taking stealing cash boxes from the venues slot machines. Every business is at risk of theft. This is why business owners take great care in protecting their property, adding secure... Read More

Online Casino Bill Emerges in Indiana

A new bill has been introduced in Indiana that will legalize online casino gambling in the state. Last year was a good year for gaming in Indiana. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the state hit record highs in the industry. Now as 2021 begins, one... Read More