Gaming Insider | Penn National Gaming is looking at possible opportunities in the slot route business as it continues digesting its purchase last year of Prairie State Gaming.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced that Dr. Jason Hanley has been promoted to the position of Vice President of Education and Visitor Engagement. Dr. Hanley served as interim vice president for the Education Department.
Massachusetts closed the books on Boston’s bitter fight over Wynn Resorts’ $1.7 billion casino development in Everett on Thursday as state gambling regulators unanimously approved an accord between the city and the Las Vegas casino giant.
A plan to let New Jersey voters decide in November whether to authorize two new casinos in the northern part of the state is moving forward in the Legislature.
Missouri lawmakers are debating whether to regulate fantasy sports like gambling. Rep. Scott Fitzpatrick is proposing to exempt fantasy sports from gambling regulations because players rely on skill, not chance.
The owners of northwestern Indiana’s Majestic Star Casino are moving ahead with plans to replace its aging casino riverboats with a land-based gambling facility now permitted under state law.
More than a dozen new restaurants and bars will be coming to Boyd Gaming properties in the Las Vegas during the next year as the Las Vegas-based public company keeps its emphasis on nongaming amenities for the time being.
New research taken days before the kick-off for Super Bowl 50 finds that 80 percent of Super Bowl viewers want to change current sports betting law, according to survey results released by the American Gaming Association.
The owners of TJM Properties have closed on the purchase of Harrah’s Tunica, a 2000-acre resort complex in Tunica, Mississippi. Known as the South’s Casino Capital, Tunica is a prominent tourist, gambling and entertainment destination.
Change is on its way. A “rational approach” to sports betting’s future may already be taking shape. People have been talking, I’m told, which is all that’s ever been required for the most interesting of changes to become apparent.
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