2011 September 29 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
As the Senate continues to weigh a bill to authorize casino gaming in Massachusetts, Raynham Selectman Joseph Pacheco is urging legislators to pass a version of the proposal that also includes provisions for slot machine parlors.
“Won’t work” has become the new black. Carbon tax? Won’t work, says the Coalition.
Next month, the PokerStars.net Latin American Poker Tour will make its way to the Colombian city of Medellin for the first time.
ATHENS (Reuters) - The board of Greek gambling company OPAP gave initial approval on Thursday for the firm to pay 935 million euros ($1.27 billion) to the government to extend its monopoly and buy a new videolotto license, an OPAP official told Reuters.
Deputy Premier Dan Miller says Vancouver starting to attract ‘high-rolling international gamblers’ who like high-end casinos
A new system being launched at a chain of pubs in Las Vegas is being called the future of sports betting.
Full Tilt Poker, a popular poker website that once offered gambling to thousands of players around the world, had its license revoked by gambling regulators on Thursday who said the site misled officials about its financial operations.
The Daily Record has been tracking revenue income from Maryland’s first slots casino in Perryville since it opened a year ago on Sept. 27. A year later, it’s taken in more than $100 million in revenue — two-thirds of which goes to state agencies and accounts. Follow the money with our slot machine interactive. Here’s more on […]
Gambling authorities have revoked the license of Full Tilt Poker, saying the online site had “fundamentally misled” regulators about its finances, …