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Churchill Downs Buys Presque Isle Downs, Eyes PA Online Casino

Churchill Downs Inc. is now the proud owner of a Pennsylvania casino. And that appears to be the company’s entry point into online casinos and sports betting. It’s the third Pennsylvania casino to change hands in recent months. Penn National acquired Meadows Racetrack and Casino, whil
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Florida Senate supports renewed gaming compact with Seminoles – CalvinAyre.com

BY Peter Amsel ON February 12, 2018 TAGs: florida, Seminole Tribe Florida legislators have tweaked their plans to revamp the state’s gambling market, although it remains to be seen whether the changes will fly with the Seminole Tribe. On Friday, Florida state senators filed a major am
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Legislation proposed to help Louisiana casino industry | Legislature | theadvocate.com

A legislative task force Tuesday recommended turning Louisiana’s 15 licensed riverboats casinos into land-based gambling houses. The Riverboat Economic Development and Gaming Task Force also wants to change state laws to reconfigure the size of the “gaming floors,” where gambling take
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Annual gambling revenues rise at Massachusetts’ lone casino | Boston Herald

PLAINVILLE, Mass. — Massachusetts’ lone casino is enjoying a rise in gambling revenues. The state Gambling Commission reported Tuesday that Plainridge Park Casino in Plainville generated $12.7 million in gross revenues from its slot machines last month. That brought the slot par
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Valley Forge Casino Resort sold to Boyd Gaming Corporation | News | mainlinemedianews.com

UPPER MERION >> Since it opened nearly six years ago, Valley Forge Casino Resort has gone through a lot of changes, but none as big as the change that happened about a month ago. Late in December, Boyd Gaming Corporation announced that it had entered into an agreement to acquire
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How ‘Non-Gaming’ Became a Casino Industry Buzzword in 2017

December 23, 2017 By Katie Barlowe Casino companies spent a lot of time and effort focused on non-gaming entertainment in 2017, not so much of a surprise after visitor spend on non-gambling activities in 2016, such as hotel stays, dining, dancing, and attending shows, accounted for 55
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How Aristocrat’s $990 million Big Fish deal will shake up social casino games | GamesBeat

Billion-dollar game deals are pretty rare, but one slipped by last week without much attention. Australian gambling machine maker Aristocrat Leisure announced last week it is buying social casino games maker Big Fish Games in Seattle for $990 million. It was the second deal in a relat
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Supreme Court to hear arguments over sports-betting ban

A U.S. Supreme Court case next week could dramatically reshape the landscape of American sports betting, with major ramifications for casino operators and European betting shops, as well as professional sports leagues and college athletics. A 25-year-old federal law restricts sports b
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Christie to attend sports betting arguments at U.S. Supreme Court | NJ.com

By Matt Arco marco@njadvancemedia.com, NJ Advance Media for NJ.com A “cautiously optimistic” Gov. Chris Christie will be at the U.S. Supreme Court Monday to to lend moral support as New Jersey lawyers try to convince the justices to allow legal sports betting at Garden Sta
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