Casinos across Massachusetts are all set to reopen starting this Monday, 6th of July; thanks to the state’s gaming regulator’s recent vote in favor of the reopening of the gaming facilities to the general public.
The deadly COVID-19 pandemic forced the World Series of Poker (WSOP) to exclusively move online, but industry experts have warned that location masking could create technical headache for organizers.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has confirmed that it is considering impact of violence triggered by the death of George Floyd on their plans to reopen casinos and other entertainment properties.
A Florida man has reportedly pleaded guilty to swindling $12,500 in booking money from The Mill Casino that overlooks Coos Bay in North Bend, Oregon.
Casinos in Nevada and other States have faced major decline in business due to lockdowns and many are ready to welcome gamers and gamblers again. When gaming and entertainment enthusiasts will enter Las Vegas, Nevada-based Suncoast Hotel & Casino following a lengthy COVID-19 shutdown, they will have a new, innovative experience.
As tribal casinos Foxwoods Resort and Mohegan Sun reopened their doors to the public on Monday without caring for Connecticut health authorities’ repeated warnings, the state has placed warning signs on roadways near the entertainment properties to warn potential visitors of deadly risk of corona virus.
Iowa Casino Prairie Meadows and many other commercial entertainment properties can reopen their doors to the public on 1st of June, but under a string of really very strict regulations and safeguards designed state authorities to protect employees and guests from the deadly corona virus.