Bankruptcy watchdog disapproves of Caesars Entertainment Corporation plan

The plan worked out last month by American casino giant Caesars Entertainment Corporation designed to get its Caesars Entertainment Operating Company Incorporated subordinate out...

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...

Seminole Compact to be revisited, Richard Corcoran says

Richard Corcoran (pictured), who assumed the speakership of the Florida House on Tuesday, said lawmakers in Florida will revisit a compact between the Seminole...

MGM to continue fight against Connecticut tribal casino

MGM Resorts International is never shy about trying to protect their turf, even when it means marshaling a powerful force of litigators, lobbying lawmakers,...

Antigua And Barbuda issues deadline in long-running iGaming dispute

The twin-island nation of Antigua And Barbuda has threatened to launch a website offering royalty-free downloads of United States intellectual property including books, films,...

Mohegan Sun Pocono tax battle heads to court

Back in June, it was decided that the Mohegan Sun Pocono would be paying more than $223,000 in additional funds for annual taxes after...

Sands Casino Bethlehem faces fines for mixing playing cards

When casino regulations are violated, the gaming venue must pay the consequences. The Sands Casino Bethlehem is the latest gaming venue in the United...

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...

MGM claims discrimination in appeals court argument against Connecticut casino law

A three-judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments from MGM Resorts and the state of Connecticut on Monday. MGM...

Tohono O’odham Nation and Arizona State still fighting over Class III gaming issue

A gaming dispute between the state of Arizona and the Tohono O’odham Nation continues with court filings from both sides on Wednesday. A hearing...

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