COVID-19 Regulations Loosen in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania Casinos

Across the United States, restrictions are loosening regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. In the casino world, venues are opening more services and welcoming larger crowds. Vaccines are being distributed at a more rapid pace and case counts are down, so hopefully,

US Online Gambling: New Developments and What’s To Come

The online gambling industry is really taking off around the world, especially in the United States. Players are relying more heavily on online entertainment more than ever, with travel restrictions and health concerns involving the coronavirus making the option to

Online Poker Booming in the United States amidst Coronavirus Outbreak

In the United States, the online poker industry is booming, as people are stuck at home due to the coronavirus outbreak. Since mid-March, states like New Jersey, Nevada and Pennsylvania have seen a solid increase in player traffic, both in

Former Employee of Wind Creek Casino Bethelem Sues Over Wage Issues

A former employee of Wind Creek Bethlehem casino in Pennsylvania is suing the operator due to minimum wage issues.  The lawsuit claims the casino did not pay him and other employees that are tipped based on minimum wage requirements in

PokerStars Poker May Be Coming to Pennsylvania

Last week, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board hosted a meeting where several decisions were made. The SugarHouse Casino will now be rebranded as the Rivers Philadelphia and the first mini-casino for the state was approved. Both of these events made

SugarHouse Casino Faces Lawsuit for Card Deck Issue

The SugarHouse Casino of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is currently being sued by two gamblers who claim the venue used shuffling machines that were broken as well as illegitimate card decks. The result was that the gamblers lost over $250,000. Anthony Mattia

PA Legislator Looks to Sports Betting for Property Tax Relief

Whenever a new stream of income is introduced within a state based on legislation, the revenues generated will be placed in certain areas to help the state. Take for example lottery gaming. When states that offer the lottery passed legislation,

States Pushing Back Against Wire Act Changes

Late last year, the United States Department of Justice put gaming operators in the nation at risk when announcing a reinterpretation of the Wire Act of 1961. The Wire Act was created decades ago to deal with mob style gambling.

Rivers Casino Guests Accuse Property of Snooping

When visiting a casino, one expects to be on camera as the venue should have security measures in place to be able to protect the venue. A lot of money exchanges hands and is on the premises, so it is

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