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CASINO SHIP ESCAPADE GOT STUCK OFF THE GEORGIA COAST
Casino Ship Escapade got Stuck off the Georgia Coast
The Tradewinds Casino Cruise logo up on the chimney's boat Escapade On July 15, a casino cruise ship got stuck on a sand bar off the Georgia coast in the US, stranding 96 guests and 27 crew members. The 5-hour tour was to be the maiden voyage for a brand...
ANOTHER NEW JERSEY CASINO CLOSURE: WHAT'S NEXT?
Another New Jersey Casino Closure: What's Next?
Casino workers at the Trump Plaza in Atlantic City got some bad news this July: Their employer will be closing its business doors in a few months. On September 16, the Trump Entertainment Resorts property, founded by Donald Trump himself, will become...
LATEST UPDATES ABOUT 2 EUROPEAN'S SPORTSBOOK GIANTS
Latest Updates about 2 European's Sportsbook giants
Europeans enjoy a gambling luxury that most Americans do not: the online sports book. For years, gamblers "across the pond" have legally wagered cash on everything from rugby matches to sumo wrestling tournaments to the next American presidential...
DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS STAND ON BOTH SIDES OF ONLINE GAMBLING FENCE
Democrats and Republicans stand on both sides of online gambling fence
When it comes to the legalization of online gambling in America, there are both Republicans and Democrats who oppose it. There are also Republicans and Democrats who support it. Indeed, the issue of legalizing U.S. online gambling is a controversial one,...
RGEW FOCUSES ON 'GETTING TO KNOW' GAMBLERS
RGEW Focuses on 'Getting to Know' Gamblers
Responsible Gaming Education Week, or RGEW, is held the first full week of every August. The tradition began back in 1998 when the American Gaming Association, or AGA, decided to sponsor an annual, week-long awareness program to help educate people about...
US LAND-BASED CASINOS WHO REFUSE TO PAY WINNINGS
US land-based casinos who refuse to pay winnings
It's a common occurrence for casino patrons to win jackpots. Sometimes it's a $5 jackpot. Sometimes it's a $500,000 jackpot. Sometimes the jackpot isn't cash at all, but a coveted prize like a shiny new automobile. Recent news finds several...
MORE GAMBLING OPPORTUNITIES IN RUSSIA: A SIGN OF THE TIMES
More Gambling Opportunities in Russia: a Sign of the Times
Five years ago, gambling was banned in all but four of Russia's territories: Kaliningrad, the Black Sea shore, the Altai Territory, and the area near Vladivostok. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin stood behind the ban, citing increased addiction and a link...
REVEL: THE CASINO NOBODY WANTS
Revel: The Casino Nobody Wants
The New Jersey gambling landscape has suffered many hardships lately, and after the case of the Trump Plaza in Atlantic City, Revel is the latest casualty. Officials had their fingers crossed that the bankrupt facility would get purchased at auction this...
PAYPAL MAY BECOME A VIABLE PAYMENT OPTION SOON
PayPal May Become a Viable Payment Option Soon
Just about everyone has heard of PayPal, the digital e-wallet founded in 1998 by Silicon Valley entrepreneurs Peter Thiel and Max Levchin. Since its inception, PayPal's popularity has spread like wildfire across the globe. Hundreds of thousands of people...
AQUINNAH WAMPANOAG TRIBE INVESTING ON MARTHA'S VINEYARD
Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe Investing on Martha's Vineyard
Martha's Vineyard [Wikipedia] is a Massachusetts island getaway known for its summery charm, affluence, and the famous political and cultural icons who spend time there. Actress Meg Ryan calls the island home. President Barack Obama vacations on the "Vineyard”...
REVENUES FROM ONLINE GAMBLING SITES SKYROCKETING, BOOSTING IN-HOUSE GAMING
Revenues from Online Gambling Sites Skyrocketing, Boosting In-House Gaming
According to yStats.com's Global Online Gambling and Betting Market 2014, after New Jersey legalized online gambling in November 2013, companies generated $1 million per month, but today, that figure has jumped to $10 million to $12 million per month...
GAMBLING RELATED CRIMES OCCURRED IN OHIO
Gambling Related Crimes Occurred in Ohio
When citizens in Ohio approved the construction of the state's first four casinos back in 2009, some critics expressed a fear of increased crime in the area. At the 2012 census, the mid-western state had a population of close to 12 million people....
COALITION TO STOP INTERNET GAMBLING RECRUITS FORMER DENVER MAYOR
Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling Recruits Former Denver Mayor
A former Colorado mayor is now a paid spokesman for the Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling, or CSIG. Wellington Webb is his name, and he recently made news when he flashed the "race card" as a means of swaying public opinion against online...
PHILIPPINES BILL TO CHARGE FEES BEFORE TO ENTER CASINOS
Philippines bill to charge fees before to enter casinos
A new bill in the Philippines would authorize casinos to charge citizens an entrance fee before they can come inside and gamble. If House Bill No. 4859 is approved, Filipinos will have to shell out P3,500 for the privilege of playing at any one of the country's...
FOREFRONT OF MACAU GAMING ASSOCIATION WORKERS PROTEST
Forefront of Macau Gaming Association Workers Protest
Last August, a group of casino workers from the Forefront of Macau Gaming Association, or FMG, gathered on the streets of Macau to march for better wages. For the most part, the march was a peaceful one. The protesters paraded in front of Macau's...
AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM OF OLD AND NEW ART COULD BECOME A CASINO
Australian Museum of Old and New Art Could Become a Casino
David Walsh (Museum of Old and New Art) Australian millionaire David Walsh earned a hefty portion of his money via gambling practices that some would consider shady. In fact, he was once banned from gaming at Wrest Point Tasmania, Australia's first...
2014 GLOBAL GAMING EXPO FOCUSES ON NEW SLOTS AND OLD ISSUES
2014 Global Gaming Expo Focuses on New Slots and Old Issues
The 2014 Global Gaming Expo, otherwise known as G2E, was held in Las Vegas earlier this month. The expo is an annual trade show where members of the industry learn about new products and network with each other. Here are some of the products and topics...
LAS VEGAS IS GETTING READY FOR HALLOWEEN
Las Vegas is Getting Ready for Halloween
Halloween is just around the corner, and many Las Vegas venues are gearing up for the holiday with plans for special parties, promotions, and other attractions. Here's a look at how adventure seekers in Las Vegas will be celebrating the ghoulish holiday. Haunted...
MUSEUM EXHIBIT: MOHEGAN SUN AND CONNECTICUT'S ASIAN POPULATION
Museum Exhibit: Mohegan Sun and Connecticut's Asian Population
A new art exhibit at the Lyman Allyn Museum in Connecticut underlines an undeniable, yet controversial, demographic change in the region of Montville, just north of Uncasville. Since the Mohegan Sun Casino opened in 1996, the Asian population in southeastern...
ATARI, INC. WILL DEAL WITH SOCIAL CASINO GAMES
Atari, Inc. will deal with social casino games
Social casino games are one of the hottest genres of online gaming around today. The games are part of a niche in the social gaming industry that appeals to people who enjoy poker, blackjack, slot play, and other forms of gambling. Atari, the legendary...
LAS VEGAS GOES GREEN WITH 'EARTH HOUR'
Las Vegas Goes Green With 'Earth Hour'
On March 29th, casinos on the Las Vegas Strip joined in a worldwide tradition called Earth Hour. Between 8:30 and 9:30 PM, the casinos dimmed all non-essential lights, including rooftop marquees, in an effort to raise public awareness of electricity usage...
APARTMENTS IN MACAU? BE PREPARED TO SPEND LARGE SUMS
Apartments in Macau? Be prepared to spend large sums
Macau is the most popular gambling destination in the world. Thanks to its booming casino industry, the special administrative region of China is now also one of the most expensive places to live in the world. Home of 33 casinos, Macau attracts visitors...
COUNTERFEIT CHIPS AT BORGATA CASINO, LUSARDI ARRESTED
Counterfeit chips at Borgata Casino, Lusardi arrested
Earlier this year, arrests were made in what has been dubbed the Borgata Chipgate, a tongue-in-cheek association with President Nixon's Watergate scandal of the early 1970s. Counterfeit chips were smuggled into the Borgata and used to rip off the casino...
CAESARS INTERACTIVE IN NEW JERSEY: THE FIRST 100 DAYS
Caesars Interactive in New Jersey: The First 100 Days
It was only last November that New Jersey gave the go-ahead for legalized online gambling to its residents, but industrialists are already gathering data and trying to draw conclusions about the new market. According to the Washington Times, Caesars Interactive...
JAPANESE GAMBLING CONFERENCE PAVES WAY TO SIGNIFICANT LEGAL CHANGES
Japanese Gambling Conference Paves Way to Significant Legal Changes
This May, Japan will hold an international conference to educate the world on potential gambling law changes within its borders. Executives will present the latest developments in what industrialists have hinted at for years: Japanese businessmen are chomping...
SOUTH AFRICA MAY LEGALIZE ONLINE GAMBLING SOON
South Africa May Legalize Online Gambling Soon
Online gambling is not legal in South Africa at this time, but a new bill could change that within the next year. A draft of the Remote Gambling Bill of 2014 was recently published for the public's perusal in South Africa's Government Gazette....