VGT expands to Oklahoma

James Starr: “We have a strong portfolio of field proven games that players enjoy, and we are continually developing new products, which is further spurred by our relationship with the design teams at Aristocrat.”

NY aims to tackle problem gambling

The New York Gaming Commission is increasing regulations to prevent addiction.

The first stone was laid for tribal casino in Arizona

The San Carlos Apalache Nation broke ground for a casino project near Dudleyville.

Free trips to space courtesy of Maryland Live Casino

The casino announced it will pay four trips “off this planet” worth US$1 million, for players to travel to outer space.

MGM Springfield’s design changes

The City Council is discussing the MGM Springfield casino’s new site plans.

Massachusetts’s take on skill-based slot machines

The Massachusetts Gaming Committee is discussing regulation on gambling machines made to look and play like real video games.

Zynga loses mobile’s audience

The Californian company believes the decline in the number of bettors is due to the lack of new game releases.

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Borgata refuses to pay in Atlantic City

The leading establishment revenues can duplicate its competitor’s whilst having paid half-billion dollars in taxes since its opening in 2003.


Borgata will reinvest US$ 50m renovating its property

This capital will be allocated in a number of new projects to improve the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic City.

Promising predictions for US casino gaming market

Technavio, the market research firm, forecasts a growth in the sector of US$93 billion by 2020.

Layoffs rumours surrounding Daily Fantasy Sports

Senior executive published the decision, but spokesperson for FanDuel denied it; various emails to FanDuel’s confirmation went unreturned.

Texas takes a stand against Daily Fantasy Sports

The state’s Attorney General claims DFS is illegal according to Texan laws.