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Atlantic City Still Falls Short; State to Study Expansion
December 16th, 2013 By April Bergman

Atlantic City Still Falls Short; State to Study Expansion

For more than three decades New Jersey gambling has been limited to Atlantic City (and now online), but a long-standing fight over casino expansion outside of Atlantic City has come up once again in the state Legislature. Members of the Assembly gaming committee are considering creating a separate commission to examine the industry and the […]

Las Vegas Sands Abandons $30 Billion EuroVegas in Madrid
December 15th, 2013 By April Bergman

Las Vegas Sands Abandons $30 Billion EuroVegas in Madrid

Billionaire casino mogul and anti-online gambling advocate, Sheldon Adelson made a decision last week to abandon plans to build a $30 billion casino and leisure resort in Madrid, Spain after the Spanish government failed to grant concessions and other favors requested by Adelson. Owner of Las Vegas Sands, Adelson made the decision to desert the […]

Caesars Sues Mass. Gaming Commissioner
December 13th, 2013 By April Bergman

Caesars Sues Mass. Gaming Commissioner

After a rough road over the past few months and rejection by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission for a Massachusetts license, Caesars Entertainment has filed a federal lawsuit against the commission chairman Stephen Crosby after it has become apparent that Crosby is connected with a property owner who could benefit from a casino in Everett, Massachusetts. Back […]

US Casino Expansion Not Good for Some States
December 10th, 2013 By April Bergman

US Casino Expansion Not Good for Some States

Delaware isn’t the first state to fall victim to the sting of US casino expansion competition, but the casinos are taking action rather than sitting back and letting other state’s casinos steal their revenue. Already struggling to stay afloat, the embattled Delaware gaming industry has made a plea to state lawmakers begging for help or […]

Southeast Indiana Should Heed the Atlantic City History Books
December 10th, 2013 By April Bergman

Southeast Indiana Should Heed the Atlantic City History Books

The three Southeast Indiana riverboat casinos are seeing more and more competition from Ohio casinos. The riverboats have already cut one of every eight slot machines since Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati opened last March in the heart of the Cincinnati metro area where more than 2.1 million live, according to data compiled by the Indiana Gaming […]

Four New York Casino Licenses to be Awarded Next Year
December 10th, 2013 By John Marsh

Four New York Casino Licenses to be Awarded Next Year

After last month’s vote that passed a constitutional amendment for Las Vegas style casinos to operate in New York outside of Indian land, the competition is heating up as casino empires vie for one of the four licenses that will be up for grabs next year. The New York State Gaming Commission will begin handing […]

Revere Casino Still a Possibility in Massachusetts
December 5th, 2013 By Stan McCormick

Revere Casino Still a Possibility in Massachusetts

With the state of the potential Massachusetts gambling industry in disarray, from the rejection of Caesars Entertainment as a viable casino operator, to the Martha’s Vineyard dilemma, the outcome of the $1 billion Suffolk Downs resort casino lies in wait. The fate of the proposed casino that is now planned to be built in Revere […]

Martha’s Vineyard vs. Aquinnah Tribe
December 4th, 2013 By Stan McCormick

Martha’s Vineyard vs. Aquinnah Tribe

There has been much debate surrounding a tribal casino project to be built on the quaint and sacred island of Martha’s Vineyard. Three weeks ago, the Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah added another headache to the troubling future of the already rocky Massachusetts gambling industry, claiming that they had been granted full permission by federal government to […]

New Hampshire Moving Towards Casino Trends
November 26th, 2013 By Stan McCormick

New Hampshire Moving Towards Casino Trends

The New Hampshire Gaming Regulatory Oversight Authority (GORA) has been working towards concrete legislation for quite some time that would allow for expansion of the current lottery, charity, and pari-mutuel gambling to include land-based casinos. The panel drafting the regulatory casino legislation finally came to a consensus last week when they decided to allow up to […]

Six Atlantic City Casinos Approved to Operate Online
November 26th, 2013 By Stan McCormick

Six Atlantic City Casinos Approved to Operate Online

The trial-phase for Atlantic City casino websites has come to an end and public gaming began tonight. Six Atlantic City casinos were permitted to open their virtual doors to the public tonight at midnight, making their November 26th deadline. Director of the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement David Rebuck confirmed that 13 websites would […]

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