Increased restrictions for LA County

Safer at home order closes cardrooms, threatens Las Vegas traffic.

Caesars Windsor becomes latest Canadian casino to temporarily close

Caesars Windsor located on the Ontario Michigan border is the latest Canadian casino to temporarily shut its doors amid a rise in Covid-19 cases.

BonusFinder gains affiliate license in Michigan

BonusFinder.com has been granted an affiliate license in Michigan at a time when online gaming and sports betting is set to be made legal in the state.

Canadian government introduces sports wagering bill

Provinces and territories would have option to offer single-event betting products

Jason Ader: SPAC mergers accelerated due to pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) mergers in the gaming industry, according to Jason Ader.

Nevada Gaming Control Board to consider appeal of Steve Wynn ruling to state Supreme Court

A week after the Nevada Gaming Commission lost a court battle to hand down a lifetime ban to former casino mogul Steve Wynn, the state’s Gaming Control Board is considering appealing the ruling to the state Supreme Court.

GVC partners with PlayPause in responsible gaming drive

GVC Holdings has been named as the first official partner of national gambling self-exclusion tool PlayPause.

Fight continues to bring sports betting to Massachusetts

Gaming companies, sports entities draft letter to state legislature to leverage action.

Island View Casino sues insurer for COVID coverage

Mississippi resort wants $10m for business losses, $90m in punitive damages

Golden Nugget gains market access in West Virginia

Online operator working with The Greenbrier Hotel in the Mountain State.

Steve Wynn gets court victory vs Nevada Gaming Commission

Judge rules gaming regulators do not have jurisdiction over former casino owner

Caesars may get extra time to sell Indiana casino

Regulator had ordered operator to divest three of its five properties in the Hoosier State by 31 December.

Penn National General Counsel Carl Sottosanti to retire; Harper Ko named successor

Carl Sottosanti, Penn National Gaming Executive VP, General Counsel and Security, will retire at the end of the year after 17 years with the company.

Canterbury Park’s Card Casino to close for four weeks

Minnesota Governor has ordered temporary closure to slow COVID-19 spread.

Caesars and William Hill reach agreement on recommended share offer

One more step taken in mega-merger between operator duo.

Michigan casinos set to reclose under three-week COVID order

Casinos in the state of Michigan will be forced to close their doors for the second time during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Scientific Games signs five-year contract with Massachusetts Lottery

Extended deal includes digital services, second-chance games.

Virginia Lottery reviewing 25 sports betting permits

The Virginia Lottery has announced it is reviewing 25 applications for mobile sports betting permits.

Apollo Management opts out of race to acquire William Hill

Caesars Entertainment has moved a step closer to acquiring William Hill after Apollo Management International announced it will not make an offer for the operator.

Nevada names new chair of Gaming Control Board

J. Brin Gibson will take over regulator on Nov. 18