Fontainebleau Sold, Golden Gate Re-Opens

Posted by: Ian Smith on August 31, 2017

Las Vegas is always changing, and the past few weeks were no exception. The stories of these two Las Vegas properties are very different. One has never launched, while the other is in the process of re-launching, again. The two casinos in question are Fontainebleau and Golden Gate. Fontainebleau is read more…

Megabucks and Wheel of Fortune Progressives Both Hit

Posted by: Jae Chan on August 18, 2017

The Wheel of Fortune and Megabucks progressive slot machines can go months without being hit. In fact, they can go much longer than this. Nevertheless, both managed to pop within a week of each other. Perhaps most interesting about this story is not the jackpots themselves, but instead where they read more…

Georgia GOP Shuts Door on Casinos

Posted by: Kyle Joseph on August 8, 2017

The state of Georgia has seen efforts to legalize casino style gambling for years now, but in recent years that effort has seen a revived push of sorts. With more states and regions opening their arms to legalized gambling, proponents in Georgia saw now as the best time to start read more…

Massachusetts One Step Closer to Legalized DFS

Posted by: Kyle Joseph on July 26, 2017

Massachusetts was at the center of the US casino scene again this week, as the state’s Special Commission on Online Gaming, Fantasy Sports Gaming, and Daily Fantasy Sports published a report that is said to be voted upon this upcoming Monday, July 31st. In short, the report makes it clear read more…

Ultimate Betting Guide: Mayweather vs. McGregor

Posted by: Daniel Arfin on July 18, 2017

>>Click Here to Bet Mayweather McGregor Online<< On August 26, 2017 the world will be watching what is going to be one of the most anticipated fights in boxing history. Conor McGregor, the 29 year old charismatic, trash-talking, Irish MMA UFC championship fighter will be crossing over into the world read more…

NJ Casino Revenues Flat in June, Rising Overall

Posted by: Kyle Joseph on July 14, 2017

For over a decade now, the situation in Atlantic City has been one that seems to be growing worse all the time. With neighboring states endeavoring more and more into the legalized gambling sphere, the coastal town in New Jersey has suffered consistently over the last decade or more. Recent read more…

Desert Diamond Casino Set for Massive Expansion

Posted by: Ian Smith on July 4, 2017

The Tohono O’odham Nation announced Friday that it will begin its long planned expansion on its Desert Diamond Casino in Glendale, following a lawsuit settlement with the state. Since the tribe first expressed interest in building a resort and casino near Glendale’s sports and entertainment district in 2009 they have read more…

East Windsor Casino Bill Angers Windsor Residents

Posted by: Kyle Joseph on June 30, 2017

Connecticut’s proposed East Windsor casino has been the source of plenty of controversy, speculation, and headlines. In most recent news, a bill was signed into law by Connecticut’s governor, Daniel Malloy, and the bill is stirring the pot yet again. The bill, in so many words, states that the two read more…

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Set to Reopen by Memorial Day Weekend

Posted by: Ian Smith on June 22, 2017

The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino of Atlantic City announced that it is expected to open its doors once again by Memorial Day weekend. This announcement comes after the venue was forced to close its doors as the Trump Taj Mahal in October of 2016. The former Trump Taj Mahal read more…

Pennsylvania Passes Largest Gambling Bill in Years

Posted by: Ian Smith on June 9, 2017

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives passed gambling legislation that had been unveiled only hours earlier. The proposed legislation aims to expand casino-style gambling to a number of different places, including the internet, airports, and bars. The need for such legislation comes from a need to address deficits in the state’s read more…