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East Windsor Backs Up Casino Development AgreementFeb 27, 2017
There was unanimous support on the part of the board of selectmen Saturday for a casino development agreement in town. The contract for East Windsor features the operators of the Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun establishments and could be the first casino off a Native American reservation in the state.
Rivers Casino Revenues Grow During Second Week of OperationFeb 26, 2017
It has only been two weeks since the Rivers Casino & Resort opened, and its total gross gaming revenue rose by about 17% to $3.55 million as compared to the first week of operation.
Robbery Suspect Dead After Shooting at Eldorado Casino in RenoFeb 25, 2017
Shooting in downtown Reno on Thursday morning has resulted in one death, according to information from police authorities.
Two Deceased Found at Casino Parking; Case Under InvestigationFeb 24, 2017
Membersof the California Highlands’ Central Police Station are reported to have responded to a signal detailing two unresponsive individuals inside a vehicle at the parking lot of the San Manuel Casino in the city
JOINGO Integrates with CasinoTrac Management SystemFeb 23, 2017
Mobile casino gaming company JOINGO has integrated its mobile applications suite with the CasinoTrac management system developed by Table Trac, Inc. Following this process, JOINGO users now can access personalized stats such as points balance, tier level and offers specially customized for them.
Las Vegas Sands Values Japan Resort Investment at $10 BillionFeb 22, 2017
Las Vegas casino operator Sands estimates that it may need up to $10 billion to build a gaming resort in Japan. According to Sands’ CEO Sheldon Adelson, the investment would be anywhere between $6 billion and $10 billion, including the land. In comparison, the company’s Singapore Marina Bay Sands development cost $6 billion.
Growth of Casino Invoice Payment in ScandinaviaFeb 21, 2017
Although there are different casino payment systems, the use of mobile phones for online casino gaming has risen in Scandinavia.
UK High Court Rules in Favor of Aspers Casino ProjectFeb 21, 2017
Following a decision by the UK High Court in its favor, casino operator Aspers can proceed to build a fifth gaming establishment in Southampton (Hampshire).
New Proposal for York County Casino in the PipelineFeb 20, 2017
A new casino in York County could be granted permission to open in a town that accepts to accommodate it following a citizen petition deposited by the Harness Racing Jobs Fairness LLC group.
Detroit MGM’s Wolfgang Puck Steakhouse Closes Down Due to FireFeb 18, 2017
Wolfgang Puck Steakhouse in Detroit’s MGM Grand Casino was forced to shut down Thursday evening as a result of fire. The restaurant was going about its business as usual when a fire in its duct circulation system had to be put out by Detroit’s firefighting service at around 7:30 PM.
Legend Palace Announces 66 Live-Dealer Gaming TablesFeb 17, 2017
The newest pearl in the crown of Macau Fisherman’s Wharf is Casino Hotel Legend Palace, which is to open at the end of this month. Owned by Hong Kong-listed gambling operator Macau Legend Development, the establishment will open with 66 live-dealer gaming tables, according to CEO David Chow Kam Fai
Online Petition to Back Up Tinian Resort and CasinoFeb 16, 2017
An online petition calling for support of a Titanic-themed resort and casino project on Tinian Island is currently in circulation. The Tinian Ocean View Resort and Casino project in the Northern Marianas has been temporarily halted due to a lack of gaming permit, as well as restrictions on the nature of port-related activity that apply to the area.
Californian Museum Organizes Casino TripsFeb 15, 2017
The Historical Museum in Porterville, California, has added a bus trip to the Eagle Mountain Casino to its program of events. The trip takes place monthly on a Tuesday evening, and one has already been scheduled for Feb 28
Charity Casino Night Supports DeKalb County’s DisabledFeb 14, 2017
A charity gaming event to benefit DeKalb County’s disabled people will be held at the Gracie Center on Saturday. Doors open at 6:00 PM and admission costs $25 per person, including $50 in gaming money.
Gaming Commission to Re-Examine Two South Mississippi Casino Site ApplicationsFeb 13, 2017
Two companies are going to make a new attempt at getting their casino sites in Biloxi and Diamondhead approved. The Mississippi Gaming Commission is holding a meeting and a public hearing on Thursday, and a vote on the issue is expected in March.
Keetoowah Cherokees Aim to Open Casino in GeorgiaFeb 12, 2017
In an effort to reclaim its roots, an Oklahoma Indian tribe strives to go back to its home state of Georgia and set up a casino there.
Crackdown on an Open-Air Casino in Hat YaiFeb 11, 2017
An armed raid was carried out Thursday evening on a rubber plantation in Hat Yai, Thailand, to discover an open-air casino on its territory. Sixteen gamblers were arrested during the joint military and police force operation.
Idaho Lawmakers Revisit Tribal Casino Issue of Slot MachinesFeb 10, 2017
The question of whether gaming machines in tribal casinos in Idaho are lawful will be re-examined by the House State Affairs Committee. The issue has so far been raised multiple times.
Osaka Encourages Plans for Yumeshima Resort, Casino and Expo 2025Feb 9, 2017
Osaka is going ahead with the development of the man-made island of Yumeshima which should accommodate a casino resort by 2024 and apply to host the World Expo in 2025.
Tasmanian Casino Monopoly Disproves Allegations that Locals View Poker Machines as ThreatFeb 8, 2017
Gaming legislation in Tasmania is under scrutiny following research that suggests citizens are convinced in the negative social effect of gambling. The Federal Group hotel chain, which is the monopoly operator of the state’s two casinos, has refuted the claim.
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