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.
China affects Macau gaming revenue and could do the same in Europe
China’s fight against online gambling in Asia could soon spread into Europe, as well, causing its gaming industry to suffer.
Greece casino license award to be delayed after casino screw-up
Hard Rock International and Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment (MGE) are the only two firms vying applying for the sole license to be offered for a casino in Hellinikon, Greece.
Ainsworth turns to Novomatic to try to halt revenue slide
Australia-based gaming technology company Ainsworth Game Technology has been trying to figure out how to put the brakes on a revenue slide.
Suncity wants to forego shareholder vote to push Manila resort forward
Suncity Group is suggesting be given a waiver so it won’t have to ask shareholders for their input before spending a major amount of money.
More sportsbook consolidation coming, asserts analysts
William Hill is going to take over CG Tech’s sports gambling assets at several Las Vegas properties.
German gambling authority tells licensees to shut down operations
Darmstadt Regional Council in the state of Hesse has ordered its licensees to stop operations while regulations get sorted out.
Washington State casino handed massive bill over investigation
Macau Casino, LLC in Washington State is paying for an investigation into the gambling commission's look into possible money laundering.
New table gaming technology PlayOn creates controversy
A new technology is coming that will make it easier for gamblers in a casino to keep their momentum going at the tables.