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Three potential southeast Kansas casino developers meet requirements

April 24, 2015
Three different casino developer groups met minimum requirements of The Kansas Lottery Commission.

Lights back on at Revel for two weeks in power deal

April 24, 2015
New Revel owner agrees deal with power company for two weeks supply.

Maryland: Four casinos fined for underage gamblers

April 24, 2015
Two casinos will pay fines for permitting the entry of underage gamblers into their premises.

Iowa casino do not have to pay out on jackpot

April 24, 2015
Disappointed gambler will not see slot-machine malfunction payout, court rules.

Deal Me In: A courtesy or something more ominous

April 24, 2015
Mark Pilarski hears from another reader who prefers hand-shuffled table card games over machine-shuffled games.

Playtech launches Apple Watch sports betting app

April 24, 2015
Playtech, the industry’s leading Omni-Channel gaming software and services supplier, has launched a wearable sports betting app available to all licensees – including full Cash Out functionality – for the new Apple Watch which goes on sale today.

GameVillage Bingo releases first TV advertisement

April 24, 2015
Game Village Bingo too has taken to television to market their wares and entice new players to their site. The first advert was aired on 14th April and is scheduled to run up until 30th April.

Casino Magix has exclusive welcome bonus offer

April 24, 2015
Casino Magix has an exclusive 100% welcome bonus offer for Casino City players. It's a 100% cash match on the first two deposits.

Gaming regulators OK sale of Gold Strike to Herbst family

April 24, 2015
The Nevada Gaming Commission has approved the sale of the 300-room Gold Strike in Jean to the Herbst family in a deal the new owners are calling more of a real-estate play than a gaming opportunity.

Attorney Joe Brown resigns from Nevada Gaming Commission

April 24, 2015
Las Vegas attorney Joe Brown, known as much for his gentlemanly demeanor as his status as one of Southern Nevada’s premier lawyers, resigned from the five-member Nevada Gaming Commission on Thursday for personal reasons.

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