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New Hampshire to discuss online gambling

Despite leaving the issue untouched for a few months, New Hampshire is set to debate a bill on online gambling once again.


Iowa regulators assess impact studies

In order to decide whether they decide to authorise a new casino in Cedar Rapids, the IRGC assessed recent impact studies for the proposals.

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Northwest Indiana casinos undergo impressive month

The gambling facilities in the state reported their best September since 2013 with US$77.4 million income.

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Bettor Racing Inc files for bankruptcy

Rrace betting company Bettor Racing Inc has filed for bankruptcy after losing a legal battle with NIGA and the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe.


Wynn improves security system

Wynn casinos will strengthen the security systems to prevent attacks in Las Vegas.

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Georgia casino laws at risk

Leading GOP candidates for Georgia’s gurbernatorial race advanced they’ll oppose casino gambling legalisation in the state.

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Commercial casinos in the US experience growth

Results in the Silver State helped the United States achieve a four percent growth when compared to last year.

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Connecticut to legalise sports betting

The state of Connecticut is expected to legalise sports betting before 2019 if PASPA gets revoked by the US Supreme Court.

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Cedar Rapids casino would cannibalise business

Iowa’s existing facilites would get cannibalised by any of the three potential new Cedar Rapids casinos, a study says.

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Graton casino suffers “data breach”

The incident at the Graton Resort and Casino allegedly revealed patrons’ Social Security numbers.


Intralot gets certificated in America

Intralot is expanding its WLA SCS & ISO 27001 certification in Chile and in the US.

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Casino stocks drop after shooting

The lethal shooting on Sunday night that shocked the world had an impact on the US casino stocks and caused drops of as much as 5 per cent.