The deadly corona virus pandemic forced authorities to issue “stay-at-home” orders across the world, forcing entertainment properties like casinos and sports gaming venues to suspend their operatio
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Almost all casinos across Europe, Canada and United States have been closed for more than a couple of months due to corona virus outbreak, but the notorious pandemic failed to crush gamers’ keen in
The news that the United Kingdom’s betting companies will get a hefty tax rebate of £1 billion (US$1.22 billion) was welcomed by the industry with a great enthusiasm and zeal, helping stocks valuat
The American Gaming Association (AGA) has once again urged President Donald Trump’s administration to review and update its old-fashioned gaming tax policy, including tax threshold on slots.
The adverse impact of deadly corona virus pandemic on the casino resort industry has been devastating.
The German government has agreed to rescue package for the second largest European airline Deutsche Lufthansa AG.
Nevada-based casino developer and operator Full House Resorts Incorporated has confirmed that it has secured $5.6 million in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans for two of its five entertainmen
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Sports betting analytics firm Genius Sports has confirmed that it has signed a deal with the Premier Lacrosse League (PLL), becoming the official data and integrity partner of the professional lacrosse club.
The Angel of the Winds Casino Resort in the state of Washington has finally been reopened for gamers and betters, nearly two months after the state governor passed ‘stay-at-home’ order in a bid to curb the coronavirus pandemic.
Gaming hotel and casino giant Caesars Entertainment Corporation has unveiled much-awaited plans for reopening its casinos and resorts across the nation that have been closed for around a couple of months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
British politicians have severely criticized gaming firms, alleging that the firms have made a dent into their own pledge in which they had agreed to stop advertising during the lockdown period.
Online gambling firm Betway has been slapped with a hefty fine of £11.6 million for accepting stolen money, a move representing Gambling Commission’s increasing pressure on the industry to do more to defend customers.