Ted Arneault, former CEO of MTR Gaming Group of West Virginia and the man responsible for the purchase and subsequent sale of Binion’s Gaming Hall in downtown Las Vegas, is fighting to keep his gaming license in Pennsylvania.
It was while Arneault was head of MTR Gaming that the company built Presque Isle Downs & Casino near Erie, Pennsylvania. He later left the company.
Reportedly, Pennsylvania gaming board investigators are opposing Arneault’s application to renew his license based on "inaccuracies or inconsistencies" in statements he made during his interrogation.
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British bookmakers were wrong with their expectation that UK would remain in the European Common Market. Gambling firms assessed the direction of wagering on the issue and placed a 90 percent chance on remaining in the European Union.
In a unanimous vote, the Nevada Gaming Commission Thursday approved USFantasy to provide daily fantasy sports (DFS) contests to all major casinos in Nevada.
Bruce Moshman, the longtime partner of entertainment legend Monti Rock III passed away this week at the age of 82 in a Las Vegas hospice. Moshman had been in declining health for several years.
The Station Casinos’ sports book oddsmakers are celebrating today’s announcement of an NHL expansion franchise arriving in Las Vegas for the 2017-2018 season.
Winnings during May at Louisiana casinos fell 12.6 percent to $207.4 million compared to the same year earlier period. Video poker revenue was also down in May.
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