2008 September 08 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
These days the hottest action in the gambling world is in court. It seems like everybody is suing somebody over something related to gambling. Among the latest to be dragged before the black robes are a Kansas City investment firm and Kansas’ state purchasing agency.
Catering to Filipinos who love game shows, Go Bingo will be seen once again on Philippine television. Hosted by stand-up comedian Arnel Ignacio, Go Bingo airs weeknights starting April 14 (Monday) to bring loads and loads of fun and surprises to its contestants and home viewers.
MONTREAL, Sept. 9 (UPI) — There is no lack of data on compulsive gambling and alcoholism, but there is a vacuum when it comes to Internet addiction, Canadian researchers said.
“Don’t just watch, Get in the game,” the yellow banner hanging outside the Sports Deck Bar and Grill urges its customers.
A Bronx man was arraigned on murder charges after prosecutors said he led the robbery of a gambling club that ended with the accidental shooting of a gambler.
LAS VEGAS - The chief executive of the world’s second-largest casino company told newspaper editors Monday that he wished them the best in embracing change in the journalism industry, and said Las Vegas casinos have required reinvention to remain profitable.
After its first month, Keno, the Ohio Lottery’s first electronic gambling option, seems to be a better bet near the shores of Lake Erie than it is in southern Ohio.
The chief executive of the world’s second-largest casino company told a group of newspaper editors on Monday that he wished them the best in embracing change in the journalism industry, and said Las Vegas casinos have required reinvention to remain profitable. Read comments
ROCKVILLE — Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot said revenue estimates he is expected to release tomorrow for the two fiscal years through mid-2010 will be a “sobering window” on the state economy and warned legislative leaders will not be able to count on growth to solve budget problems.