Ilani Casino Opening Draws Massive Crowds

Posted by: Ian Smith on April 27, 2017

The opening of the Ilani Casino in Clark Count, Washington has hardly been kept a secret, nonetheless the crowds it attracted on opening day were impressive. The $510 million casino complex drew thousands of people who came despite the miles of bumper-to-bumper traffic they had to face to get there. read more…

Macau Casino Drives Wynn to Massive Q1 2017 Finish

Posted by: Kyle Joseph on April 27, 2017

This week brought about a Q1 2017 financial report from Wynn that handily defeated expectations. The casino giant recently opened a casino in Chinese-controlled Macau, and this alone helped contribute—in a major way—to the revenues earned through the first 3 months of the year. Steve Wynn, founder of Wynn Resorts read more…

Texas Casino Ship Owner in Hot Water After Recent Facebook Poll

Posted by: Kyle Joseph on April 25, 2017

As far as US states are concerned, Texas is about as restrictive as they come. Though there isn’t much in the way of land-based casino options, the large Gulf Coastline offers Texas citizens—amongst others—plenty of riverboat gambling options. When we say “riverboat gambling,” we are really talking about casinos located read more…

Woman Loses Jackpot Due to Self-Barring

Posted by: Ian Smith on April 25, 2017

On April 15, Pasqua DiGianni visited the Seneca Niagara Casino and hit a $1,400 slot jackpot that she was forced to forfeit due to a self-barring contract she signed two years ago. 69 year-old DiGianni signed the self-barring document due to a rough night at the slot machines, after she read more…

Wisconsin Tribes Quarrel Over Potential Casino Expansion

Posted by: Kyle Joseph on April 24, 2017

In Wisconsin, casinos are owned and operated by the many Native American tribes that exist across the large state. Though the Wisconsin gaming industry is admittedly quite small, the fact of the matter is that it is a major source of revenue for these aforementioned tribes. The revenues brought in read more…

Seabrook Hopeful About Future Casino

Posted by: Ian Smith on April 22, 2017

A bill that would allow two casinos in New Hampshire was met with opposition earlier this week, but Republican Representatives remain hopeful a casino could be coming to Seabrook. For now however, the bill is faces opposition in the form of the Ways and Means committee, who recently cast a read more…

Massachusetts Casinos Could Serve Alcohol Until 4 AM

Posted by: Ian Smith on April 21, 2017

Last week, as part of the annual budgetary planning, Massachusetts house representatives introduced a provision that would allow casinos to serve alcohol until 4AM so long as they are gambling. If approved, this would mean that the only time Massachusetts casinos would not be able to serve alcohol would be read more…

Genting Backed for Hotel and Possible Casino by Miami-Dade Commissioners

Posted by: Ian Smith on April 21, 2017

On Tuesday Miami-Dade commissioners endorsed a project that would allow Genting to build a hotel over a Miami bus stop. It’s no secret that the Malaysian gambling company Genting Resorts World Miami has been pushing a massive casino resort in the Omni district for years, and the commissioners hinted they read more…

Revel Reopening Delayed Once More

Posted by: Kyle Joseph on April 20, 2017

It is no secret that the Atlantic City casino industry is and has been coming under threat from outside forces for some time now. Whether it be the legalized gambling in neighboring states, or the fact that Atlantic City is not the vacation destination it once was, the city is read more…

Paradise City Opening Marred by Travel Ban

Posted by: Kyle Joseph on April 20, 2017

If you have been following our news at all in recent months, you know all too well that many of the stories have been focusing on casino gaming in Asia. In the past, Asian countries like South Korea and Japan have not been big havens for gamblers, but in recent read more…