The National Indian Gaming Commission is investigating the firm developing the Iowa Tribe’s gaming website for previous unfinished businesses.
The Las Vegas Luxor casino resort will close its nine-table poker room next June 18, bringing the total number of rooms in The Strip down to 18.
A new report revealed that commercial casinos in the United States went through a 7.4 percent gaming win in March.
The New Hampshire House of Representatives rejected Senator D’allesandro’s casino bill and barred the chamber from considering it until 2019.
Legislatures around the US are slowly turning away from favouring online poker and casino activity in the country.
Gambling tracks in Kansas could re-open if HB2173, proposed by Representative John Baker, gets passed in the state.