Gambling

Everett casino

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Las Vegas billionaire Steve Wynn have struck a deal over the casino mogul’s plans for a $1.7 billion gambling palace in Everett, under which the city will drop all legal efforts to stop the casino in exchange for an extra $6 million over the 15-year term of the agreement.

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Jan 9, 2023
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Connecticut’s two federally recognized tribes – the Mashantucket Pequot and the Mohegan Tribe – released on Thursday a request for proposals for the construction of the state’s third fully-fledged casino. unicipalities located in the northern part of Connecticut and interested developers will have up until November 6 to submit their proposals. A decision is expected to be made before December 15.

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Jan 9, 2023
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Swedish developer and provider of gaming solutions NetEnt announced it had inked a partnership agreement with GameAccount Network Plc, which recently re-branded to GAN, to supply its casino games within the borders of the United States through the latter company’s platform for Simulated Gaming.

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Jan 9, 2023
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Florida’s federally recognized Seminole Tribe and state officials are to head into mediation in order to avoid a potential deadlock in talks regarding the tribal casinos’ monopoly over blackjack and other table games.

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Nov 30, 2022
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The Malta Gaming Authority, an independent body responsible for the regulation of gambling activities in the country, announced earlier today that it had started reviewing Malta’s existing gambling laws and those are expected to be updated in the months to come.

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Jan 9, 2023
Casino near NYC would shake up Northeast gambling market

A proposed Hard Rock casino in the New Jersey Meadowlands region just outside New York City could be open in a year and would shake up the already rapidly changing gambling market in the northeastern United States.

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Feb 26, 2022