Island of Hainan Could Become a Gambler’s Paradise

The island of Hainan, which is under the governance of China, has recently announced that due to a court ruling, many of the local resorts would be allowed to open “entertainment bars.” The report states that these entertainment bars are very similar to casinos in many years, with many offering the same games typically found in the average casino. Despite ….

Boomtown Casino Hotel Hit With $40000 Fine

Boomtown Casino Hotel, which is based in Nevada, has announced its agreement to make good on a fine of $40000. The fine was first issued to the operator due to allegations that its website had offered visitors the chance to make use of real-money online services that were not legal. BHC Gaming Reno, the company in question, reported that they ….

Mississippi City Could See Opening Of First Casino

Developers have turned their sights to the city of Mississippi in the hopes of building a new casino in the area. James Parish is the developer seeking to build the new casino. James Parish currently owns a large, 12 acre plot of land within the city, which includes a former Kmart and Sav-A-Center grocery store. The plot is located near ….

GambleAware To Commit To GamCare

GambleAware, an independent gambling charity based in the United Kingdom has announced their new commitment to a responsible gambling program known as GamCare, which is a national support and information service provider. The group signed a new three-year deal that will see over $18 million being injected into GamCare over the next few years. The charity works as a commissioning ….

Wynn Las Vegas To Remove Parking Fee

In August last year, Wynn Las Vegas and Encore began charging car-users for their self-parking garages, which affected visitors and hotel guests. The casino has recently announced that the parking fee will no longer be enforced for those that spend more than $50 in the venue. This can include money spent on gambling, drinks, food, or shopping, and drivers will ….

Macau Awarded AA3 Rating By Investment Service

Moody’s Investors Services recently issued an award to Macau, a stellar AA3 rating, due to Macau’s financial reserves and its low governmental debt, which is in part thanks to the casino-friendly nature of the local government. A report on the investment firm showed that they issued the rating while explaining that Macau could see more growth in the immediate future, ….

Barry Thomas Being Recognised For Tourism Services

Barry Thomas, one of New Zealand’s most recognised businessmen, is being awarded the title of Companion of New Zealand Order of Merit during the 2018 Queen’s Birthday Honours. This is due to his services to the tourism industry in New Zealand, which has seen massive success over the last few decades. Thomas first arrived in the county in 1969, arriving ….

Dual-Play Roulette Tables Agreement At Shangri La Casino

Evolution Gaming Group AB, a live casino operator and games creator, has announced their signing of an agreement that will see them provide the Shangri La Casino Tbilisi with a series of Dual-Play Roulette tables. The casino is situated in the nation of Georgia, and the Shangri La Casino Tbilisi is one of the most popular in the nation. The ….

Las Vegas Culinary Union Threatens Possible Strike

The Las Vegas Culinary Union has offered an ultimatum to casinos, giving them less than 24 hours to respond to demands before a potential strike could bring many casinos to a grinding halt. Right now, projections estimate that $10 million a day could be lost due to the strike, which many experts believe would be devastating to the local economy ….

Cherry’s Anders Holmgren Steps Down As CEO

CEO and President of Cherry, Anders Holmgren, will be ending his employment at the company, as the Board of Directors decided, as a whole, to terminate his contract with the group. The process of finding a new CEO has already started, and for the time being, Board member and chairman of the Audit Committee Gunnar Lind will be acting as ….