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.
Casinos in Atlantic City are capable of resuming operations safely in a manner that ensures public health safety but the state is has been too slow to allow the economic engine of the region to restart, New Jersey State Senate President Stephen Sweeney (D) argued.
The Philippines has surfaced as a major center for online gaming during the past few years, paving way for so-called Philippines Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) to flourish by illegally attracting Chinese nationals who work in virtual casinos catering to players back in China where gambling is not allowed.
After announcing the reopening of its three casinos over the past weekend, American casino & online wagering giant Churchill Downs Incorporated is now preparing to reopen two more of its entertainment facilities later this week.
Icahn Enterprises, a publicly traded company headed by billionaire Carl Icahn, has revealed its plans to completely raze the Trump Plaza Towers, a casino resort which has been unoccupied since it was closed in September 2014.
Casinos across Maryland are busy in re-configuring and sanitizing their gaming floors in anticipation of reopening as the state’s Republican Governor Larry Hogan has announced that the gambling properties can soon resume operations with a string of health safety measures.
Gambling firm Genting Casino has reportedly been in talks with the GMB Union over potential job cuts as it is mulling plans to permanently close its Bristol and Margate properties as well due to the adverse impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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.
Advancing with its efforts to prevent its casinos from being used to cover money laundering and to finance terrorism, the Singapore Casino Regulatory Authority is mulling plans to tighten due diligence requirements for casinos and their patrons.
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.