2011 October 24 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Record slot-machine revenue reported for 2010-2011 NEW BUFFALO - The Four Winds Casino apparently hit the jackpot in 2010-2011, taking in more revenue for the time period, at least from slot machines, than it accumulated during any of its previous fiscal years.
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NBC has announced the cancellation of one of the sports most prestigious poker tournament, the invitation only NBC National Heads-up Poker Tournament .
Mana Party The Manukau East candidate for the Mana movement John Minto says pokie machines in the electorate will be gone by Christmas if Mana wins next month’s election.
ATLANTIC CITY–Time is ticking down to Election Day, which is just a little more than two weeks away. Besides choosing candidates, New Jersey voters will also be asked to weigh in on legalizing sports betting in the Garden State. While some are excited about the possibility, some feel it’s a bet the state can’t win.
A veteran Neptune Beach police detective who provided input into city anti-gambling regulations is among four people arrested in an illegal gambling ring in Clay County.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa — (PRESS RELEASE) — Online gambling remains illegal in South Africa and banks could question those South Africans that netted winnings from internet gambling sites, the Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies warned today.
Online gambling was the fastest growing category of web activity during the month of September. Analysts at comScore Media Metrix, an Internet audience measurement service, attributed the spike to the kickoff of the NFL season and sports fans placing football bets.
Speaking to the publication IT Business this week, Paul Burns, vice-president of the Canadian Gaming Association, said that small to medium software businesses in the […]Read the rest »