Atlantic City Casino Profits Up During First Half of 2016

There is some good news for the casino industry in the Atlantic City. According to the latest results, the industry is seeking revival after making an improvement in its bottom-line. New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement in its data has

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PAGCOR Might Soon Stop Operating Casinos In The Philippines

Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp or PAGCOR is the gaming regulator in the country of Philippines. According to some local media reports, the Department of Finance is considering to remove all casino operation from the country. The Finance Secretary of

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Karnataka Tourism Department Pushes For Offshore Casinos

In India, Karnataka’s State Tourism Department is supporting its proposal for setting up offshore casinos in the coastal regions. The department is of the view that such kind of move is likely to boost the tourism in the state. According

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Savan Vegas, Laos Receives Better Offer From Consortium

In Laos, a new bidding proposal has been made for Savan Vegas Hotel and Entertainment Complex. European-Asian Consortium is the entity that has made the offer. This entity represents many state-of-the-art and exceptionally large casino operators around the world. Initially,

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North Jersey Ad Campaigns Begin As Referendum Approaches

In New York, two business interest groups have started advertisement campaign in order to oppose the forthcoming casino referendum in New Jersey. The voters in New Jersey are deciding whether casinos should be built outside Atlantic City which is the

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Wynn Palace To Perform Well Despite Reduced Gaming Tables

The Chief Executive and Chairman of Wynn Resorts and Wynn Macau Ltd; Steve Wynn has made a statement that the company is least bothered about the lower amount of gaming tables for its Wynn Palace Integrated Casino Resort which is

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