Casino Industry News
The Rhode Island-based gaming company will acquire the property in a deal reported to be worth $308 million. The deal includes the purchase of the 1,500-room hotel, the casino, and the theater and convention property.
Arizona state senators have given their approval to Senate Bill 1797 that will allow Arizonans to gamble on pro and amateur sports alongside fantasy sports.
Swedish gaming company Evolution is set to acquire Big Time Gaming for an estimated €450 million in a cash/shares deal.
Ohio Gaming Commission's revenue report for the month of March shows that the state's four casinos and seven racinos combined to generate revenue of $215 million after all bets were paid.
A new report shows that slots streamers on Twitch set a number of new records in March, including hours streamed, and average number of active channels.
Governor J.B. Pritzker has decided not to renew an executive order that allowed Illinois bettors to register for sports wagering remotely.
A study carried out by gambling compliance tracker website GamblingIndustryfines.com has revealed that European and UK gambling regulators issued over £24m / €28.1m / $33m in fines during the first quarter of 2021.