US online gambling market will exceed USD 4 billion by 2020

According to a Technavio report, the online gambling market in the US to grow at an impressive CAGR of more than 51 percent during the forecast period.

The View Royal Casino to double in size

A 600-seat entertainment venue and 350 more slot machines and electronic games, are part of the View Royal casino expansion.

New casino regulatory bill introduced in New Jersey

It seems that New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney is after Carl Icahn with the new casino regulatory bill.

Spintec dazzles Romanian market

Spintec achieved great recognition during the Entertainment Arena Expo in Romania.

Competitiveness Minister asked PN not to jeopardise Malta’s gaming industry

Manuel Mallia, Malta’s Competitiveness Minister said that the the opposition should not jeopardise Malta’s gaming industry.

North Jersey casinos opponents have two new allies

Oceanport Mayor Jay Coffey and Borough Council President Joe Irace have decided to join the fight against the prospect of two new casinos located in the North Jersey area.

Malta faces the European Union to defend its online gaming sector

Malta is standing its ground against the rest of the European Union to protect its coveted online gaming sector, which accounts for 11 percent of the country’s gross domestic product.

PAGCOR could privatise the lottery

Philippine Charity and Sweepstakes Office –PCSO– is a state-owned organisation.

PAGCOR will grant iGaming licenses

The Philippines seek to boost the casino industry with foreign players, whilst discouraging national gambling.

Parliament concerned over gambling addiction in South Africa

After the suicide of an alleged addicted gambler in South Africa, the Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry said she will raise this incident with the Committee this week.

Macau puts hopes on Parisian Sands

The Parisian Macau Casino and Resort is opening today with a huge marketing campaign.

Wales Bill to clamp down on gaming machines

Labour and Plaid Cymru will make a final-hour bid to win the Assembly new powers to regulate the number of gaming machines on a premise, via the Wales Bill.