I would be lying if I said it’s going to be easy to accept this transition and to refocus my efforts elsewhere. However, I am eternally grateful for having been given this excellent opportunity and have enjoyed every aspect of being involved in the Calvin Ayre organization.
Bloomberry’s celebration over bank heist suit win was premature
Bangladesh Bank has appealed a court’s ruling that cleared the gaming operator of racketeering charges linked to the online theft of $81 million.
Money destined for “research” ends up supporting a Cyprus casino
An audit by the European Anti-Fraud Office discovers that funds requested for forest fire research ended up in the hands of an unknown casino project in Cyprus.
Colombia ready for online live-dealer casinos
Colombia’s gambling regulator approves virtual live-dealer games while deferring fees to help give the sector a boost.
BetFred allegedly walks back promise to compensate MoPlay customers
A number of complaints against the gambling operator have been lodged after it failed to reimburse former MoPlay users as it pledged to do.
US anti-gambling group wants to strip away state lottery revenue
“Stop Predatory Gambling” takes advantage of the coronavirus pandemic to find the spotlight and assert that state lotteries should be cancelled temporarily.
Macau may not be ready for new tender process in 2022
The introduction of new gambling rules might not occur until 2022, forcing a delay in casino licensing, assert JP Morgan analysts.
Donaco agrees to deferred payments as fight with Thai vendors wraps up
Providing the banks give their approval, Donaco will allow its former business partners to defer settlements payments as long as other conditions are met.
MLB approves league furloughs, pay reductions, but not for players
As the baseball league’s season is still in doubt because of the coronavirus, cuts will have to be made to keep operations afloat.