Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe breaks ground

The Cape Cod-based tribe has officially started the construction of its new Las Vegas-style gambling project: the First Light casino.

New Jersey sues Atlantic City

Gov. Chris Christie announced yesterday (Monday) the state is suing Atlantic City’s government for owing millions of dollars to the city’s school district.

Next week Canada will welcome the gaming industry

The Summit will offer an extensive educational program and a trade show floor with the latest technological services and products.

Seminoles and Gov. Scott duelling in court

Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation decided to confront the Seminole Tribe’s allegations.

Konami expands Frogger slots across America

American players will enjoy latest gaming title of Konami, based on the iconic arcade classic Frogger game.

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February marked an improvement in Nevada gambling revenues

The end of the National Football League, Super Bowl, held in Las Vegas last month boosted tourism and gambling transactions.

The Poarch Creek Indians acquired Royal D’Iberville casino site

Biloxi attorney Michael Cavanaugh confirmed the transaction for the land, located in Misssissippi, was closed last Friday.

Casino ballot initiative approved by Arkansas AG

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge approved a ballot initiative that would allow authorised casino gambling in three Arkansas counties.

Konami and PlayStudios announce slots app

PlayStudios smooth the way through gaming industry with high demanded myVegas Slots app.

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British Columbia casinos ready to tackle money laundering

Anti-money laundering processes are in full effect at British Columbia casinos and they are working closely with the authorities to prevent this activity.

L’Auberge casino concerned about Baton Rouge smoking ban

Executives at L’Auberge Hotel & Casino parent company are not happy with the Smoke-free East Baton Rouge campaign in Louisiana.

MGM is acquiring Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa

MGM Resorts will invest US$900 million to obtain 50 percent of the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.