Security officers at Las Vegas Sands Corp.’s Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, casino last week became the first Sands employees to enter a union contract that’s part of property operations.
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The East Windsor Board of Selectman has approved a development agreement with two Connecticut tribes hoping to build a new casino to compete with the MGM Resorts International facility in Massachusetts.
MGM Resorts International is introducing a new problem gambling program that has the potential of providing a technological tap on the shoulder to players who can’t quit gambling when they should.
Nebraska lawmakers killed a bill Friday that would have let bar patrons play more games of keno per hour and pay with debit and prepaid cards
Slot machine sales outside the U.S. and Canada are forecast to to reach their highest in nearly a decade driven by new casino openings in Asia, according to a research report.
The Nevada Gaming Commission on Thursday unanimously approved a gaming equipment manufacturing and distribution license to one of the world’s top casino architects, now developing skill-based casino games.
The founder of what had been one of the largest online poker websites agreed on Thursday to confront U.S. charges stemming from a long-running criminal case targeting internet firms like his operating illegally in the United States.
Wynn Resorts has appointed Craig Billings, a former Goldman Sachs banker and gaming manufacturing executive, as its chief financial officer and treasurer, the company said in a statement.
A bill that would significantly increase the amount of funding available to address problem gambling in Nevada saw no opposition Wednesday during a Senate committee hearing.
Bowlers on 10,000 teams are participating in this year’s United States Bowling Congress Open Championships.
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