Wind Creek Bethlehem remains closed as Northampton County officials have yet to give green signal for its reopening, but the casino has plans to call all of its employees back to work in stages.
The Vermont State Senate is widely expected to approve the bill that would create a committee to examine how sports betting could be legalized in the Green Mountain State.
Illinois Gaming Board has released a series of guidelines for casinos to follow and implement before resuming operations, with special emphasis on deep cleaning and social distancing protocols.
June 29th seems to be the earliest possible date for Massachusetts’s casinos, including Encore Boston Harbor, to resume operations as the state will soon enter the Phase 2 of reopening plan, with phase 3 scheduled to start late this month.
Ronald Baumann, Caesars Entertainment Corporation’s top regional executive, has been granted an initial casino key employee license and approval for his appointment by the New Jersey Casino Control Commission to serve as regional president and chief executive of Caesars Atlantic City, Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City and Bally’s Atlantic City.
More than two dozen Native American tribes in California have filed a lawsuit against the Golden State, demanding more time to collect signatures to place a sports betting ballot referendum initiative before voters.
Gaming compacts for two Oklahoma tribes, namely the Comanche Nation and the Otoe-Missouria Tribe, have finally been approved by the United States Department of the Interior (DOI).
Eldorado Resorts’ $17.3 billion proposed acquisition of Caesars Entertainment will be discussed by Indiana gaming regulators in July, putting an end to repeated delays forced by the COVID-19 pandemic in dealing with the massive transaction.
London-headquartered sports betting service and content provider IMG ARENA has confirmed that it has signed a new partnership deal with Spanish betting operator Golden Park to see its virtual products launch with the group’s online gaming brand GoldenPark.es.
Hong Kong-listed casino operator Imperial Pacific International is facing suspension of its gaming license due to its failure or may be unwillingness to pay millions of dollars into a local community benefit fund.