Caesars Entertainment strikes another deal with debtors

The casino operator announced it has reached an agreement with senior lenders to restructure the company’s debt.

Golden Entertainment will pay US$23.5 million dividend

Las Vegas-based Golden Entertainment announced it will pay a special cash dividend to investors next month.

Italy releases online gambling results for May 2016

The Italian online gambling industry grew significantly in May 2016 showing an impressive 30.3 percent revenue increase.

SIGA casinos releases 2015-2016 annual report

The Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority announced 5th year in a row with profit exceeding CAD 80 million (US$62.7 million).

Amaya’s results remain stable after CEO David Baazov’s scandal

Amaya Inc. released its Q1 2016 earnings report and although not all the units showed growth, the business was not negatively affected by the accusations.

Great Canadian Gaming saw unexpected numbers

Great Canadian Gaming recently acquired Casino New Brunswick and two Shoreline Casinos.

Bitcasino.io grew financially in 2015

The first licensed and regulated Bitcoin-only online gambling operator worldwide revealed significant financial growth in 2015.

Quad Cities’ casinos question the market profitability

The four conglomerated counties between Illinois and Iowa have big local competition in the gaming industry.

Maryland state publishes high gross revenues

Maryland Live, Hollywood Casino Perryville, Rocky Gap  and the Ocean Downs all increased their revenues.

Atlantic City’s takeover is happening

New Jersey will take control of the budget and will also include a financial aid package on the bill.

Macau’s gambling industry is going through a rough patch, government vows to help out

Secretary for Economy and Finance says the government would work closely with the sector to overcome challenges related to the ongoing period of adjustment in the gaming market  

Macau: Beijing to crackdown on use of UnionPay

In the midst of China’s iron grip on currency control a nationwide audit and sanctions are on the making