Leaving NV Energy will cost Caesars $44 million

Leaving NV Energy will cost Caesars $44 million

Caesars Entertainment Corp. will soon be shopping the wholesale market for its power supplies, as the company has agreed to ante up $44 million to no longer be a retail customer of NV Energy, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal....
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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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GeoComply’s new head office awarded Nevada gaming license

GeoComply’s new head office awarded Nevada gaming license

February 1, 2017 – Vancouver, Canada (Press Release): GeoComply’s rapid expansion in global geolocation and anti-fraud solutions for the gaming, DFS, and media rights industries has led to the establishment of a new head office in Vancouver, British Columb...
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Stephen Cootey stepping down at Wynn Resorts Limited

Stephen Cootey stepping down at Wynn Resorts Limited

American casino operator Wynn Resorts Limited has announced that Stephen Cootey will be stepping down as its Chief Financial Officer at the end of the month to be replaced by former banker and gaming machine manufacturing executive Craig Billings. Wynn...
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Nevada Gaming Board discuss proposal to strengthen sports books money laundering regulations

Nevada Gaming Board discuss proposal to strengthen sports books money laundering regulations

The Nevada Gaming Control Board met earlier this week to discuss a proposal aimed at money laundering regulation for sports books to be tightened. The board conducted a workshop on October 6 to discuss the proposal which was sent in...
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Elaine Wynn handed setback in $1 billion share-selling court case

Elaine Wynn handed setback in $1 billion share-selling court case

Elaine Wynn, the former wife of casino mogul Steve Wynn, has reportedly been handed a setback in her fight to get out of an agreement that prevents her from selling her $1 billion stake in Wynn Resorts Limited without his...
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Lucky Dragon Casino to begin renovations for VIP area

Lucky Dragon Casino to begin renovations for VIP area

After opening in November of last year, the Lucky Dragon Casino is already making plans to renovate the property. Operators of the gaming venue announced this week that they plan on renovating space for VIP guests of the property. The...
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Konami Gaming Incorporated rolls out new Frogger: Get Hoppin’ in Las Vegas

Konami Gaming Incorporated rolls out new Frogger: Get Hoppin’ in Las Vegas

A week after running an inaugural tournament on its Frogger: Get Hoppin’ game at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, Konami Gaming Incorporated has officially rolled out the skill-based casino title inside the Las Vegas casino’s new Level Up entertainments lo...
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Poker room to close at Monte Carlo Casino this April

Poker room to close at Monte Carlo Casino this April

On April 25th, the poker room at the Monte Carlo Casino of Las Vegas will close its doors. The owner of the casino, MGM Resorts International, has plans to transform the gaming venue adding two new hotels, essentially shuttering the facilities...
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Analysts identify key vendors, predict regulated U.S. online gambling to exceed $4b by 2020

Analysts identify key vendors, predict regulated U.S. online gambling to exceed $4b by 2020

A market research analyst of Technavio has been working on the online gambling market of the United States, evaluating the operations in the three states that offer such services; New Jersey, Delaware and Nevada. The research shows that the market...
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Gaming analysts’ state Borgata casino sale is a good sign for Atlantic City

Gaming analysts’ state Borgata casino sale is a good sign for Atlantic City

Atlantic City’s casino industry has been in decline for close to a decade but gaming analysts believe that the impending sale of the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa is a sign that things are about to improve in the city....
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