Digital Payments Could Become The New Norm At Domestic Casinos

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The Nevada Gaming Commission is currently considering changing electronic currency exchange regulations to allow for additional digital payments at their domestic casinos. Slot games across the country have been using ticketing systems for nearly twenty years, and now, cashless technology providers are eager to get in on the action of other floor and table games, …

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Trump Allows States To Decide When To Reopen – Nevada Governor Responds

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With a federal mandate in place preventing non-essential businesses from operating until the end of the month, President Trump is considering allowing the Governors of some states to decide the most appropriate course of action when creating a timeline for reopening. The President had previously suggested that he alone would make the call for reopening …

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Caesars Merges with Eldorado In Last Stance Bid

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In the face of online competition, two casino giants join forces. Caesars agrees to a 17.3 billion dollar cash and stock deal with Eldorado Resorts, which has put pressure on competitors such as Las Vegas Sands, Wynn Resorts, and MGM Resorts. The merger between Eldorado and Caesars must await stockholder and regulatory approval from multiple …

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Rhode Island Becomes 8th State with Legal Sports Wagering

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As of November 26th, Rhode Island has joined the other seven US states offering legal sports wagering. Rhode Island had sports wagering legislation passed earlier this year and was projected to begin offering their wagering services on October 1st. However, some revenue allocation negotiations held the state back from offering sports gambling in October but …

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