In November this year, Colorado voters are expected to face a ballot measure that could increase bet limits and authorize casinos across the state to offer new games from next year.
NASDAQ-listed Eldorado Resorts and Monarch Casino Resort are the regional gaming stocks that are worth buying at current levels, Jefferies analyst David Katz suggested.
A lucky player of Stockholm-based Svenska Spel Sport & Casino won a record-breaking jackpot prize of SEK28 million (US$3 million) while playing NetEnt’s widely-acclaimed online slot game Mega Fortune.
Always eager to boost its online casino games portfolio, Vaxjo, Sweden-headquartered Play’n GO has now announced the launch of its new video slot called “Nyjah Huston: Skate for Gold,” which boasts a number of unique features.
American hotel & casino gaming company Station Casinos confirmed yesterday that its president, Richard J. Haskins, passed away on Saturday (July 4th) following an accident in a watercraft ride while vacationing in Michigan.
Keeping its hope of hosting a massive gaming event alive amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Japan’s Nagasaki prefecture is going to commence the process of recruiting an integrated resort (IR) partner by the end of this month.
Gaming officials in Maine have worked out a safety plan that is expected to help mitigate the possibility of another wave of COVID-19 infections, paving the way for the state’s two gaming facilities, namely Hollywood Casino and Oxford Casino, to reopen their doors to the general public as soon as later this week.
Plainridge Park Casino will likely be the first gambling and entertainment property in Massachusetts to resume operations following the months-long COVID-19 shutdown, as the state has already entered Phase 3 of its reopening plan.
The luxury gambling and entertainment venue “The Venetian Las Vegas” has refuted social media reports suggesting that the venue has plans to close its door again following the Fourth of July (July 4) weekend because of COVID-19 concerns.
Billionaire Steve Wynn’s defamation lawsuit against the Associated Press (AP) and a wire service reporter had been dismissed by Clark County District Court around a couple of years back, but the suit could be revived in the Supreme Court of Nevada.