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Hard Rock Opens New Gaming & Dining Space

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:    Crystal Cagle                                                                     Lauren Harrison / Daniella DelaOsa Advertising & PR Manager / Hard Rock Biloxi                            The Zimmerman Agency                            crystal.cag
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Gaming will soon shift $300 million a year from Virginia to Maryland

By Scott Surovell and Louise Lucas Next month, Virginians will hear a large sucking sound coming from our northern border. It won’t be our tax dollars going to Washington, D.C., but millions of Virginians’ dollars crossing the Potomac River and flowing into Prince George’s County scho
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Treasure Island to launch Greentube-powered social

The free-to-play product is scheduled to be released in the first quarter of 2017, on a custom platform designed by Greentube’s social subsidiary BlueBat Games and powered by the Greentube Pro social marketing solution. Treasure Island becomes Greentube’s second tribal gaming pa
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Surviving Operators in Atlantic City Doing Fairly Well

As it continues to spiral towards bankruptcy, Atlantic City is facing a very real crisis. But this isn’t the first crisis AC has faced. The city has proven to be resilient several times over. The story of Atlantic City is one of periods of boom or bust. The sometimes prosperous resort
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Bermuda passes revised gaming legislation with no objections

Bermuda, Casino proposals, Gaming Law & Legislation, Latest Casino and Gambling News, New Hotels, Online gambling regulation On Monday Bermuda‘s House of Assembly passed revisions in gaming law that will finally allow casinos to open. After a lengthy and tumultuous debate the Casi
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Mississippi joins fight for legal sports betting

Geoff Pender , The Clarion-Ledger 4:50 p.m. CST November 17, 2016 Mississippi and four other states have joined New Jersey’s fight to legalize sports betting in a brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court. Attorney General Jim Hood signed onto the brief submitted by West Virginia
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MS and Other States Join In New Jersey Sports Betting Appeal To U.S. Supreme Court

Though federal sports betting legislation is on the horizon, five other U.S. states have joined New Jersey in an attempt to get the U.S. Supreme Court to review the federal law that restricts the activity. According to Legal Sports Report, the Attorney Generals in West Virginia, Arizo
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Gaming Industry Urges United States Supreme Court to Consider Failed, Unconstitutional Sports Betting Ban

Washington, DC – The failed federal ban on sports betting is driving an illegal, underground market of at least $150 billion annually argues an amicus brief filed in the United States Supreme Court by the American Gaming Association (AGA). AGA’s brief details how the failed federal ba
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AGA hopes to “thrive” under Trump Administration

The American Gaming Association (AGA) is focusing on ‘proactively engaging with the new Administration and incoming members of Congress,’ in the wake of the presidential elections, according to a statement published by President and CEO of the AGA, Geoff Freeman outlining focus areas
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