Gambling News

Atlantic City Casino Introduces Internet Gambling Lounge

Internet Gaming Lounge opened at Resorts AC

- April 22, 2015 By Nemanja L. -

Resorts Casino Hotel has added a unique internet gambling lounge to their establishment in Atlantic City, New Jersey, as they hope to help their regular customers embrace the prospect of online gaming. The Atlantic City’s oldest casino has clearly set the bar high for all United States gaming venues as they recognized the potential of […] Continue Reading

New Jersey Grants Bwin.Party Gambling Licence


- April 22, 2015 By Oliver Young -

Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment, a well known online gambling group, shared the news that the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement regulator has granted it a gambling licence. According to the group, every fully owned subsidiaries such as Bwin.Party Entertainment (NJ) LLC and Bwin.Party (USA) Inc were awarded a Casino Service Industry Enterprise licence under the […] Continue Reading

Woman Claiming She Was Robbed at the Casino

- April 21, 2015 By Samantha A. -

A woman that was staying in Tulalip Resort and Casino stated that her BMW was stolen, and her purse which contained her cash, identification and keys to her car. While she was out and about enjoying the day, someone must have slipped into her room and grabbed it. However, she states the door was fully […] Continue Reading

Ireland Passes The Gambling Act 2015

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- April 21, 2015 By Nemanja L. -

Republic of Ireland government has finally passed the new gambling legislation that is supposed to come into effect on 1st August 2015 following a number of unexpected delays. The Gambling Act 2015 will introduce additional rules and legal framework for online gaming operators in an attempt to fully regulate the gaming market in the country. […] Continue Reading

Visitors’ Interest in Gambling in Las Vegas Falls

- April 20, 2015 By Oliver Young -

Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority have released a survey that shows only 12% of Las Vegas visitors came to the city in order to gamble. This is a disturbing number that signals decrease of interest in gambling in the United States’ most popular gambling destination. According to the chart provided in the survey, it […] Continue Reading

New Zealand Authorities Launch Crackdown on Overseas Operators

New Zealand authorities launch action against foreign operators

- April 16, 2015 By Nemanja L. -

The Government of New Zealand has decided to take a strong action against offshore gaming operators in an attempt to protect the country’s sports betting and racing industry. Nathan Guy, the Minister for Primary Industries and Racing, has recognized the problem and decided to form a working group that would find the best way to […] Continue Reading

France Might Allow Opening a Casino in Its Capital


- April 15, 2015 By Oliver Young -

According to some reports in France’s daily Le Parisien, French authorities might allow opening a casino in the country’s capital – Paris. The authorities are, reportedly, evaluating the possibility of making legislative reforms which would make establishing a casino in Paris a legal action. The news comes only half a year after the French police […] Continue Reading

New Mexico Tribes Ink 22-Year Gaming Agreement With Government

New Mexico tribes agree 22-year extension to gaming agreement

- April 14, 2015 By Nemanja L. -

Native American tribes in New Mexico have been handed a major boost in the quest to keep the casino doors open as Governor Susana Martinez signed a gaming compact that will ensure tribal casinos remain in business over the period of next 22 years. The Legislature approved the pact last month and all that’s left […] Continue Reading

Riverboat Casinos to Move Inland with Senate Backing

- April 13, 2015 By Samantha A. -

Riverboat casinos in Indiana would be permitted to move inland, under a state Senate approved bill. Marketing for casinos receive a tax break with this bill, as well. The bill was passed 36-13. A possible deal breaker for the House, is the delay in live dealers for five years. The House had previously passed a […] Continue Reading

Anti-RAWA Petition Unlikely to Reach Needed Number of Signatures


- April 13, 2015 By Oliver Young -

The Poker Players Alliance on 2nd of April, 2015, published a “We the People” petition whose main objective is to oppose the efforts of some Congressmen to force US states to shut down poker sites and online casinos authorised by particular states. However, it seems highly unlikely that the minimum requirement of 100,000 signatures within […] Continue Reading

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