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Cherokee Indians mark first venture into commercial gaming with Caesars Southern Indiana

The federally-recognized Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) has officially started operating Caesars Southern Indiana Hotel & Casino, marking its first venture into commercial gaming.

After taking possession of the casino resort last month, EBCI held a ribbon-cutting ceremony... read more

Las Vegas expected to benefit from reopening of borders with Canada and Mexico

Las Vegas, the highest revenue gaming market in North America, is expected to get a big boost in the coming weeks as the federal government has decided to reopen the borders for gambling & entertainment enthusiasts from Canada and Mexico. The northern and southern borders of the US to non-... read more

Horseshoe Baltimore undergoing renovation to get sportsbook, brewpub and more

Horseshoe Baltimore, the second largest casino in Maryland with a 122K-sq.-ft. gaming floor, has announced that its first floor is undergoing a major renovation to ensure a completely new experience for visitors.

Owned by Caesars Entertainment, Horseshoe Baltimore will offer a state-of-... read more

Endeavor Group Holdings to acquire OpenBet in $1.2bn cash and stock deal

California-headquartered entertainment & talent-agency Endeavor Group Holdings has agreed to acquire sports gambling firm OpenBet for $1.2 billion in cash and stock. Owned by Scientific Games Corporation, OpenBet is a sportsbook and gaming software firm based in Chiswick area of London in... read more

Early voting underway across Richmond to determine fate of ONE Casino + Resort

Virginia Election Day is slated for 2nd of November, but early voting is already underway across the capital city of Richmond to determine the fate of ONE Casino + Resort. The ONE Casino + Resort gaming property has been proposed to be built just south of Richmond in Virginia. It must be... read more

Tom Horn Gaming signs content deal with 888casino to expand distribution capabilities

Casino games supplier Tom Horn Gaming has announced the signing of a commercial partnership deal with Gibraltar-headquartered gambling giant 888 Holdings to expand its distribution capabilities in several new regulated markets.

The newly-signed deal will enable users of digital gaming... read more

Lawsuit challenging Jake’s 58 gaming rights dismissed by U.S. District Court

Islandia, New York-based Jake’s 58 Casino Hotel scored a major legal victory earlier this week, when a U.S. District court dismissed the lawsuit that challenged the casino’s legal rights to operate video gaming terminals (VGTs).

The lawsuit against the Jake’s 58 Casino Hotel was brought... read more

Pennsylvania Gaming Segment sets new monthly GGR record

Pennsylvania’s gaming industry enjoyed a robust growth in terms of revenue in July 2021, when the state’s casinos and other gaming properties reported record gross gaming revenue (GGR) of $420 million.

According to figures released by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB), GGR from... read more

National Bank of Ukraine unveils illegal betting payments processed by Leo payment system

The National Bank of Ukraine conducted an audit of the financial company FC Leogaming Pay LLC for 2019 and 2020, which owns the brand of the international payment system Leo, a non-bank financial institution licensed by the National Bank of Ukraine to transfer funds in national currency without... read more

After Senate approval, Michigan interstate online poker bill moves to State House

Michigan Senate Bill 991 (SB 991), which has been designed to allow the state to share online poker player pools with other states, has just got approval from senators and now moves to the House for endorsement. The SB 991 will make required amendments in Michigan’s Lawful Internet Gaming Act (... read more

Spike in COVID-19 cases forces Rivers Casino Pittsburgh to close again

The Rivers Casino in the Pittsburgh area is once again in the dark as the second wave of potentially deadly COVID-19 infections forced local authorities to issue closure orders for all non-essential businesses, including casinos. The Rivers Casino in the Steel City closed its doors just after... read more

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Vincent “Uncle Mick” DelGiudice, an 85-year-old man from Illinois, is now facing several years in federal prison as he has finally pleaded guilty to conspiring to conduct a multimillion-dollar illegitimate gambling business.

Ten individuals, including Vincent “Uncle Mick” DelGiudice and... read more

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