Initial consensus reached on Macau out-of-hours casino staff ban

Initial consensus reached on Macau out-of-hours casino staff ban

The Gaming Inspection And Coordination Bureau (DICJ) of Macau has reportedly revealed that it has reached a preliminary consensus regarding the introduction of new rules that would prohibit gaming workers from entering casinos outside of their normal working hours. According...
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Trial basis for Vietnamese citizens to gamble

Trial basis for Vietnamese citizens to gamble

During a recent meeting with local authorities in Quang Ninh province, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc announced that Vietnamese citizens will be permitted to gamble at two casino resorts on a two-year trial basis, according to local reports. The two...
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Japan’s Pachinko market towers over the Strip

Japan’s Pachinko market towers over the Strip

While the Japanese government’s enactment of “Act Promoting Implementation of Specified Integrated Resort Areas” late last month will allow high stakes gambling in Japan for the first time, currently, public sporting events such as horse and bicycle race...
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Assemblyman Ralph Caputo floats possible tax rates for North Jersey’s proposed casinos

Assemblyman Ralph Caputo floats possible tax rates for North Jersey’s proposed casinos

The referendum to move casinos outside of Atlantic City goes to vote this November and should New Jersey voters decide to break Atlantic City’s monopoly on the casino industry, two new casinos will be developed in north Jersey, very close...
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Indian entrepreneur wants to develop island casino resort in state of Andhra Pradesh

Indian entrepreneur wants to develop island casino resort in state of Andhra Pradesh

Casinos in India are currently legalized only in Sikkim, Goa and Daman but in recent times a number of other states such as Karnataka, Kerala and Maharashtra have all expressed interest in discussing the legalization of the casino industry as...
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Minimum $10 billion investment planned by Las Vegas Sands for Japan Casino Resort

Minimum $10 billion investment planned by Las Vegas Sands for Japan Casino Resort

Japan is finally on its way to offering an integrated casino resort. The country has long been considered an area that would do well with casino gaming, possibly becoming the second-largest casino market in the world. Several companies have shown...
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Expert speakers on regulation and new markets to present at London’s C5 online gaming conference

Expert speakers on regulation and new markets to present at London’s C5 online gaming conference

February 1st, regulators and industry insiders will be sharing their expertise on the ever-evolving online gaming industry at the 6th Annual Regulatory Conference on International Online Gaming to be staged at the Crowne Plaza in London. The focus of this ...
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Former NBA Commissioner David Stern now in favor of legal sports betting

Former NBA Commissioner David Stern now in favor of legal sports betting

David Stern – the former NBA Commissioner was one of those individuals who was opposed to legalizing the sports betting industry in the United States and in 2012 stated that if sports betting was legalized it would ‘irreparably injure the...
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Trenton’s Bad Bet Reacts To Referendum Vote

Trenton’s Bad Bet Reacts To Referendum Vote

November 9, 2016 — Newark, NJ Today, Trenton’s Bad Bet issued the following statements: “We are glad to see the overwhelming support across New Jersey opposing casino expansion. We attribute our success to a broad coalition of community leade...
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New Jersey governor repeats support for coming casino referendum

New Jersey governor repeats support for coming casino referendum

The Republican governor of New Jersey has reiterated his support for a coming casino-expansion referendum that would allow areas in the north of the state to bid for the right to operate a pair of new casinos. According to a...
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Assemblyman Ralph Caputo continues push to get video lottery terminals into New Jersey racetracks

Assemblyman Ralph Caputo continues push to get video lottery terminals into New Jersey racetracks

The referendum to move casinos outside of Atlantic City goes to vote in November but Assemblyman Ralph Caputo is not waiting for the official results as a number of polls have already shown that New Jersey residents are not in...
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