Seminole Tribe of Florida can keep blackjack at casinos

The federally recognized Seminole Tribe of Florida has won the right to keep offering blackjack at its Florida casinos. After a five-year exclusivity clause in...

Federal court date looming; Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe elects new chair

On the eve of the fast-approaching federal court date to argue the right to operate a Class II gaming facility on its Martha’s Vineyard...

Mismanaged EB-5 investment for visa program in South Dakota spawns lawsuits, criminal charges

Financiers of the Deadwood Mountain Grand resort are suing a group of developers that turned the former Homestake gold mining slime plant in overlooking...

AZ Gov offers tribe deal to expand gaming at Glendale casino

An agreement that would lift restrictions on the Tohono O’odham Nation’s Desert Diamond West Valley Casino and Resort in Glendale and give additional gaming...

Opponents of planned California casino file lawsuit

In California, opponents of a plan from the federally-recognized Wilton Rancheria tribe to build a $400 million resort casino in central Sacramento County have...

Five states join New Jersey’s effort to legalize sportsbetting

New Jersey has received some significant support in its fight against the Professional And Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) of 1992 after five states...

Ten Casino owner Glenn Straub’s problems with New Jersey continue with new lawsuit being...

When Florida developer Glenn Straub and his Polo North Country Club acquired the former $2.4 billion Revel casino in Atlantic City for just $82...

Crown’s Barangaroo casino project threatened by Millers Point Fund lawsuit

The Barangaroo casino project in New South Wales (NSW) has been hit with a number of delays ever since Crown Resorts proposed to build...

Michigan tribe plans to reopen controversial casino in Otsego County

After being forced to close by the Michigan Attorney General’s office, the Bay Mills Vanderbilt Casino in Otsego County may be reopening soon, according...

Kazuo Okada’s Universal Entertainment loses defamation case against Reuters Japan

Billionaire Kazuo Okada, the chairman of Japanese based Universal Entertainment, had filed a case against the Japanese division of Thomson Reuters Corp and three...

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