Search for father who abandoned kids at 7 Cedars Casino still in progress

An investigation into Washington State casino child abandonment case is still open as the father who allegedly abandoned two young children at the parking lot of 7 Cedars Casino last weekend is still at large.

The father, identified as 38-year-old Travis Michael Parker of Sequim, Wash., allegedly abandoned his two children at the aforementioned casino parking lot. The kids in question are just 5 months and 1.5 years old.

National Bank of Ukraine unveils illegal betting payments processed by Leo payment system

The National Bank of Ukraine conducted an audit of the financial company FC Leogaming Pay LLC for 2019 and 2020, which owns the brand of the international payment system Leo, a non-bank financial institution licensed by the National Bank of Ukraine to transfer funds in national currency without opening accounts. According to the regulator, the company does not provide the NBU with reliable information on all financial transactions.

Chicago Posts Solicitation for Long-Awaited Casino Project

Chicago city authorities have finally released the long-awaited request for proposals (RFP) for the casino license that the Windy City received as part of the state’s expanded gaming law passed a couple of years ago.

City officials announced that the RFP solicitation seeking an operator to develop a casino was released on Thursday, with an aim to see a state-of-the-art gaming property ready to operate by 2025.

Macau’s casino industry continues to recover from last year’s pandemic-related slump

Macau, the world’s leading casino hub, has reported a jump of more than 13 per cent in aggregated gross gaming revenue (GGR) for the month of March this year, dropping a strong a hint that the casino hub is slowly recovering from last year’s COVID-19 pandemic-related slump.

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Lawsuit filed against Alabama gambling expansion bill is ‘a flat-out lie,’ argues Senator Marsh

A recently-filed lawsuit that accuses Alabama State Senator Del Marsh (R-12th) of taking kickbacks from a tribal casino operator in return for pursuing gambling expansion legislation is nothing more than ‘a flat-out lie,’ the Republican senator said.