Monday, August 20, 2018
Sheldon Adelson, the outspoken Chief Executive Officer for Las Vegas Sands Corporation, has reportedly criticized the group of civil servants currently formulating the specific rules and guidelines for Japan’s coming integrated casino resorts. According to a report from Asia Gaming...
In China, the government reportedly instituted new regulations late last week that have been designed to stop the flow of money abroad by limiting outbound investment in a number of sectors including the gambling industry. According to a report from...
Last week’s decision by the United States Department of the Interior not to take two parcels of land into trust for Michigan’s Sault Ste Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians has been welcomed by a rival pair of casino-operating tribes. Headquartered...
The American Gaming Association trade group has announced that the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) has joined the ranks of its American Sports Betting Coalition in order to help advocate for an end to the nationwide prohibition on sports...
The government in Japan released a preliminary outline of regulations for the country’s upcoming integrated casino resorts (IR) on Monday. The outline was seen as a draft overview in anticipation of a related bill being presented to the Diet,...
The struggle to legalize gambling in the state of Georgia continues as lawmakers are still having trouble coming to some form of compromise as to what gaming options should be offered and how to go about it. Opponents just...
After last week announcing that it had become a member of the American Sports Betting Coalition, the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) has now released a statement designed to clarify why it enrolled in a group that is fighting...
In Australia, last week reportedly saw a local Australian Capital Territory (ACT) politician propose legislation that could see Casino Canberra permitted to operate up to 200 slots as well as 60 fully-automated table games terminals. According to a report from...
In New York, the administration of Governor Andrew Cuomo has reportedly stated that it may allow a new non-tribal gambling facility to open in downtown Niagara Falls in direct response to the current impasse surrounding the long-running revenue-sharing dispute...
Arguments will be heard next month by a federal appeals court in a 15-year legal battle that has prevented the Mechoopda Tribe from opening a casino on ancestral territory located about ten miles south of the city of Chico,...
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