2006 August 21 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Have you ever looked around at the various forms of online casino software?
Under attack in the States, some online gambling sites are merging and looking for growth elsewhere. Despite the odds, others are staying
The Casino Royale, which was set to open this month, delays its launch and puts most workers on unpaid leave.
HARRISBURG, Pa. - State gambling regulators on Monday released a detailed breakdown of who owns what among would-be owners of the state’s prospective slot-machine parlors, after initially refusing to disclose the information.
Sky City will pay its staff bonuses, after making a profit of more than $120 million. Wage-earning staff at its casinos and other operations in New Zealand and Australia will get $450. People who have been with the company longer than five years will receive an extra $50 each.
More than 15 people were victimized by armed gunmen. The crooks targeted “the Beach Bingo hall” in west Charlotte. One woman was trampled in the mayhem. It was a very scary two minutes for all of the victims.
POKER machine company Aristocrat Leisure says the outlook for the year remains positive.
Aug. 22 (Bloomberg) — Australian billionaire James Packer’s latest trip to England became front-page news when Rupert Murdoch’s Sydney tabloid, the Daily Telegraph, attacked him for playing polo and attending Wimbledon as his Nine Network fired 100 journalists.
A CHANCE entry by 13-year-old Chloe Wright in QT Bingo has won her and her mother and grandmother $4000 of electrical goods. Chloe is the grand prize winner of the month-long competition run by the QT and supported by Chandlers Booval.