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Twin River Acquires Bally’s Brand from Caesars

Twin River Worldwide Holdings has recently announced a deal with Caesars Entertainment to acquire Bally’s brand for $20 million. In April, Rhode Island-based company revealed its plan to purchase the Bally’s Atlantic City property from Caesars for $25 million. The deal included the casino’s multiple licenses, but not its name. However, the latest announcement suggests …

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Illinois Casino Revenue Drops 30% in 2020

Illinois casinos have reportedly seen a drastic revenue drop of 30% in 2020 compared to the last fiscal year. The sudden plunge in revenue over the past eight months was defined and dominated by the coronavirus pandemic. The pandemic-driven lockdown measures have particularly dented the state lawmaker’s attempts to expand the state’s gambling industry. Although …

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Michigan Online Gambling, A Step Closer With Sept. 23 Hearing

Michigan is a step closer to legalizing online gambling as it has scheduled a public consultation to solicit feedback on the latest draft. The Michigan Gaming Control (MGCB) will oversee this process, scheduled on September 23, that will involve residents’ opinions regarding the latest draft of its rules for operators. The hearing will be held …

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NJ iGaming Revenue Sets Another Record In July With $87.5M in Wagers

Despite the reopening of casino establishments in New Jersey, NJ online gambling sites have set another revenue record with $87.5 million in July. The state casinos opened in early July following months of closures that could not affect the NJ’s flourishing online gambling industry. New Jersey gambling sites combined to bring in $87.5 million for …

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Michigan May Draw $93m From Online Gambling In Year One

The experts have projected that Michigan online gambling and sports betting could draw a whopping $93 million in tax revenue in its first year. If these high hopes turn into reality, Michigan will undoubtedly emerge as a winner amid the difficult times due to the Covid-19. But another great aspect of it would be that …

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Golden Nugget Online Casino Coming to Michigan

Golden Nugget, New Jersey’s leading online casino, is coming to Michigan to provide online casino games and sports betting. On Thursday, Golden Nugget Online Casino surprised many by revealing its partner, the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, with which it planned to join forces. Golden Nugget had earlier hinted at its entry to Michigan online gambling …

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US Casinos Consider Contactless Payment Transactions

US land-based casinos may reportedly be removing cash payment options and may implement an alternative digital payment system, like the online gambling market. According to the recent report from the American Gaming Association, the move comes as a pandemic-led response. It seems that casino players were less likely to use bills and cons following the …

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Gamblers Relieved After New Jersey Casino Shutdown Avoided

Gamblers in New Jersey can relax, after a threat to temporarily close Atlantic City’s brick and mortar casinos have passed. Earlier in the year, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement stated that should a budget standoff occur in the state, any land-based and online betting industries would be directly affected. The DGE notified all state …

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Rush Street Gaming Rebrands SugarHouse as Rivers Casino Philadelphia

The first casino built in Philadelphia will become the newest member of the Rivers family, following a rebranding effort led by parent company Rush Street Gaming. SugarHouse Casino opened its doors in 2010 to become the City of Brotherly Love’s first casino resort. When the Illinois-based Rush Street Gaming initially received a license to operate …

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