Casino Gaming News Features
News related to casino sites located in places like Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and lately the rest of the United States, will be published here. Casinos are popping up all over the country and news breaks almost on a daily basis about the industry. So stay tuned and up to date if you have interest in the economic status, the construction growth, or even the odd stories that stem from living inside the casino gaming industry.
In one week, one of the more popular online casinos will close up shop forever. Millionaire Casino has announced that they will be closing their online casino, leaving players scrambling to find alternatives.
Las Vegas has always been packed with celebrities, and the A-List stars have been seen even more in recent days with the start of the World Series of Poker main event.
The online casino industry is getting ready to explode in the US, and Las vegas gaming companies have started to partner with foreign online operators in preparation of expected US law changes.
Las Vegas casinos were in need of a boost in business and the NCAA Tournament may provide that boost with gamblers heading to Sin City sports books to place their tournament bets.
Betfair followed in the footsteps of William Hill and Ladbrokes when the online gaming company announced they would no longer be licensed in the UK. Instead, Betfair has chosen Gibraltar for licensing.
The Macau housing market is receiving a boost from the casino industry, with home prices expected to rise by twenty percent in 2011.
The Atlantic City Hilton Casino Resort is again up for sale, and one of the potential buyers could come from the current management team.
Microgaming has revealed their latest game, a live dealer roulette option at casinos powered by their software. The company, however, is making it more difficult for lawmakers in the US to sell Internet gaming to their peers.
Internet gambling won’t hurt the pocketbooks of owners of other entertainment operators, says the next head of the Amusement and Music Operators Association.
Lawmakers in Flroida are considering legislation that would allow pari-mutuels to offer online poker to their customers, consequently, allowing the Seminole Indians to do the same.
A report by gaming industry analysts says the online casino industry has reached most of its growth potential.
Last week a bill proposing to allow intrastate online gambling, to be operated by Atlantic City’s licensed casinos, swept through the New Jersey legislature.
Robert Bentley, poised to assume the Alabama governor’s office next week, says he’d like the much-debated gambling issue in the state to be brought to a popular vote.
Microgaming continued to grow its brand this week when the online casino software provider announced they will be offering their software on the Android platform.