(Las Vegas).- The Nevada Gaming Control Board reported that casinos brought in more than $991 million last month. Basketball bettors and slot players are among those who influenced casino revenues.
(United States).- After years of anticipation and legal wrangling, the Cowlitz Tribe’s Ilani Casino Resort just east of La Center off Interstate 5 Exit 16 is finally open to North Clark County and the world.
(Malta).- Live casino pioneer Authentic Gaming has completed installations of its innovative Authentic Roulette product in two leading land-based properties in Bucharest, Romania.
(United States).- In Rhode Island, the plan from casino operator Twin River Management Group Incorporated to build a new full-scale facility in the town of Tiverton using the transferred license for its Newport Grand Casino slots-only property has reportedly taken another step forward.
(Bahamas).- Baha Mar President, Graeme Davis, announced on Friday the official opening of Baha Mar, the $4.2 billion integrated resort development located along the pristine beaches of New Providence in the Bahamas.
(Cyprus).- A temporary casino will open in Limassol by Melco-Hard Rock consortium in October 2017 and will operate until the multi-million Euro casino, which will be built next to My Mall at Zakaki, opens for business in 2020.
(United States).- Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has again rejected a proposed constitutional amendment that would ask voters to approve gambling in the state. The decision announced Monday is the fourth time this year that Rutledge has turned down the proposal by Barry Emigh of Hot Springs.
(Bahamas).- The excitement is building at Baha Mar this week as the integrated resort development prepares for the official opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday. There are currently more than 100 trainers from the around the world on property working with various teams to ensure every aspect of the Baha Mar guest experience is extraordinary.