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Cosmopolitan Security Says Apprehends Man Who Threatens To Kill All at Strip Hotel
Las Vegas Area and Most of Nevada Under Mandatory Mask Order Starting Friday
Penn National Barstool Sports Unit Grabs Naming Rights to Arizona Bowl
Laos Casino Mogul Zhao Wei’s Business Empire Expands, Denies Criminal Allegations
Disney Skips CinemaCon, White House Calls Las Vegas a COVID-19 Hotspot
Simone Biles Olympics Team Event Withdrawal All-Around Loss for Bettors
Unvaccinated MGM Resorts Las Vegas Casino Workers to Pay $15 for Onsite COVID-19 Testing
Las Vegas Recovery Stumbles Over Delta Variant
Belgium Slashing Weekly Online Casino Deposit Limit by 60 Percent
Melco Resorts CEO Ho Reiterates Commitment to Yokohama Casino
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Cosmopolitan Security Says Apprehends Man Who Threatens To Kill All at Strip Hotel Las Vegas Area and Most of Nevada Under Mandatory Mask Order Starting Friday Penn National Barstool Sports Unit Grabs Naming Rights to Arizona Bowl Laos Casino Mogul Zhao Wei’s Business Empire Expands, Denies Criminal Allegations Disney Skips CinemaCon, White House Calls Las Vegas a COVID-19 Hotspot Simone Biles Olympics Team Event Withdrawal All-Around Loss for Bettors Unvaccinated MGM Resorts Las Vegas Casino Workers to Pay $15 for Onsite COVID-19 Testing Las Vegas Recovery Stumbles Over Delta Variant Belgium Slashing Weekly Online Casino Deposit Limit by 60 Percent Melco Resorts CEO Ho Reiterates Commitment to Yokohama Casino
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2021
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California and Arizona tribal leaders discuss sportsbetting possibilities

Attendees at the first day of the Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention reportedly heard how casino-operating tribes in California and Arizona are working towards bringing legalized sportsbetting to their venues. According to a Monday report from the Las Vegas Review-Journal newspaper, the five-day

Jul
2021
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Casino operator attempting to scupper Florida online sportsbetting agreement

The firm behind one of the largest commercial casinos in Florida has reportedly filed a federal lawsuit in an attempt to invalidate a recent deal that is destined to bring legalized online sportsbetting to the southern American state. According to a Monday

Jul
2021
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Oneida Nation inks Wisconsin land-based sportsbetting deal

The governor for the American state of Wisconsin has reportedly signed a new gaming compact with the Oneida Nation that is to allow the federally-recognized tribe to launch land-based sportsbetting within its casinos and affiliate locations. According to a Thursday report from

Jun
2021
30

Online sportsbetting pair backing Florida referendum campaign

DraftKings Incorporated and FanDuel Group have reportedly thrown their substantial financial weight behind an effort that is attempting to bring legalized online sportsbetting to the southern American state of Florida. According to a Friday report from the Miami Herald newspaper, the pair

Jun
2021
29

Gila River Indian Community reveals plan for a fourth Arizona tribal casino

In the western American state of Arizona and the federally-recognized Gila River Indian Community has reportedly announced plans that are to see it open a fourth tribal casino on land just south of the city of Phoenix. According to a Monday report

May
2021
27

Sportsbetting looks to be on its way to Florida following gubernatorial consent

The governor for the southern American state of Florida, Ron DeSantis (pictured), has reportedly put his signature to a new gaming compact that is to allow the Seminole Tribe of Florida to begin operating land-based sportsbetting facilities. According to a Wednesday report

May
2021
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Florida legislators sign off on new tribal gaming compact

In the southern American state of Florida and local lawmakers have reportedly overwhelmingly approved proposed legislation that would legalize land-based sportsbetting and authorize the building of up to three new tribal casinos. According to a report from the Sun-Sentinel newspaper, these are

May
2021
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Florida legislators remove online and mobile from proposed gaming compact

In the southern American state of Florida and legislators have reportedly removed a section of a proposed agreement with the Seminole Tribe of Florida that would have allowed the tribe to offer mobile and online gaming. According to a Monday report from