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News 26-02-2021

Park Lane Club Casino Lawsuit Dismissed, High Roller Cannot Collect Alleged Incentives

A lawsuit filed against London’s Park Lane Club by a high roller who claimed he was owed incentives has been dismissed. Juste Puharic, seen here in London last year, has lost his lawsuit against the Park Lane Club. A judge has ruled against Puharic’s claims that the casino promised him incentives for his high-stakes gambling. […]

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News 26-02-2021

Las Vegas Man Allegedly Mailed Suspicious Materials to New York Gaming Regulators, Reportedly Said It Was Funny

A Las Vegas man is facing a federal charge after he allegedly mailed a non-hazardous white powder and other substances in envelopes to the New York State Gaming Commission office. US Magistrate Judge Christian F. Hummel shown here. He released Brent Carter this week. Carter allegedly mailed several envelopes with suspicious substances to New York […]

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News 25-02-2021

Ohio Grocery Stores Tell Lawmakers They Want to Offer Sports Betting, Too

The Ohio Senate Select Committee on Gaming met for the third time on Wednesday, taking testimony from stakeholders one would usually associate with the push to legalize sports betting – such as sportsbook operators and responsible gaming advocates. But the committee also heard from another group that wants a piece of the sports betting pie: […]

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News 25-02-2021

Atlantic City Amid Housing Boom, as Region’s Gaming Industry Struggles

The original version of the Monopoly board game is based on Atlantic City. And there has been plenty of buying and selling of properties recently in the New Jersey town. The shuttered Atlantic Club is seen here behind beachgoers in 2019. The former Atlantic City casino resort is being redeveloped into a new hotel and […]

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News 24-02-2021

Wind Creek Bethlehem Lawsuit Alerts Casinos To Negligence Risk for Crimes, Attorney Warns

Pennsylvania’s Wind Creek Bethlehem gaming property is getting sued by a then 84-year-old woman who was violently assaulted and kidnapped during a 2019 robbery. The litigation provides key lessons for other casinos, says a gaming law professor. Wind Creek Bethlehem casino shown here. The casino was the site of a 2019 robbery and kidnapping of […]

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News 24-02-2021

Historic Arlington Park’s Racing Days Numbered as Churchill Downs Plans to Sell Illinois Track

Churchill Downs Inc. announced late Tuesday afternoon that it has begun the process to sell Arlington International Racecourse, the iconic Chicago-area track. It is a move few found surprising. Horses pass the grandstand in an undated photo at Arlington International Racecourse. On Tuesday, Churchill Downs Inc. announced it would begin the process to sell the […]

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News 23-02-2021

Investors File Suit Against FuboTV, Say Execs Misled About Sports Betting Plans

A class-action lawsuit has been filed in federal court against fuboTV, with investors in the sports-centric streaming service claiming executives mislead them about the company’s profitability and its ability to compete in the sports betting realm. Fubo Co-Founder David Gandler was among the executives named in a class-action lawsuit by investors, who claimed the company […]

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News 23-02-2021

Appeals Court Rules in Favor of New York, Cuomo Says Seneca Owes State $435M

After a federal appeals court panel ruled Monday against the Seneca Nation of Indians in its ongoing legal battle with New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo had a simple statement for the tribe – it’s time to pay up. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo at his Feb. 8 COVID-19 briefing in Albany. On Monday, Cuomo announced […]

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News 19-02-2021

Pennsylvania Lottery to Break Revenue Record, But Officials Concerned with Unregulated Skill Machines

The Pennsylvania Lottery is on pace for a record banner year. Pennsylvania Lottery Executive Director Drew Svitko is seen here in 2019. Older Pennsylvanians will have plenty to smile about following a record-setting 2020-21 year for the lottery, which supports senior programs. (Image: NASPL.org) Appearing before the state House Appropriations Committee this week, Pennsylvania Lottery […]

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News 18-02-2021

Macau Discussing E-Visa Resumption with Chinese Officials, Individual Visit Scheme Critical to Recovery

Macau officials confirmed this week that the enclave’s government is actively working with mainland China administrators to restore the e-visa process for the Individual Visit Scheme (IVS). Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes, seen here earlier this month in Macau, is the director of the Macau Government Tourism Office. She says faster processing times for Individual […]

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