It’s not exactly been the best of times for bricks and mortar casinos of late, but as with any industry it’s all about the survival of the fittest. Those best able to adapt to the changing times will be the post-dinosaur, fire-discovering homo-sapiens of the future. According to this article, the future of the Wynn empire, may well mean a move to Macau. Back in Nevada, meanwhile, the likes of Las Vegas Sands and MGM Mirage have just realised that only Barney Frank and his online gambling bill can re-ignite their spluttering flames. In the words of Take That: ‘Re-light my fire… The Reasonable Prudence in Regulation Act (HR2266) and Internet Gambling Regulation, Consumer Protection and Enforcement Act (HR 2267) are my only desire…’ Read more.
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