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.
UEFA wants help combatting match-fixing
UEFA has launched a program to find someone that can conduct a feasibility study with the goal of determining methods for increasing the sport’s capacity.
Sex could keep Macau from growing
While prostitution isn’t illegal in Macau, as soon as the act becomes an organized racket or a profit-making scheme, it’s against the law.
Chicago mayor has solution for a local casino, operators won’t like it
Still, the Windy City and its mayor, Lori Lightfoot, continued to figure out how to make it possible and Lightfoot believes she has the perfect answer.
G2E 2019: Takeaways from the analysts
The latest edition of the annual Global Gaming Expo (G2E) has come to a close in Las Vegas and was another overwhelming success.
Atari founder gets into gambling games
Co-founder of Atari Inc. Nolan Bushnell is working with Synergy Blue to venture into skill-based games.
International Association of Gaming Regulators has a new leader
Paul Newson will be taking over as the leader of the global gaming organization for the International Association of Gaming Regulators.
Atlanta Motor Speedway may get a casino
Atlanta Motor Speedway (AMS) will take operations to new level with few designs line-up in order to stay fresh.
Mobster gambling manager Joey Lombardo passes away in prison
Joey “The Clown” Lombardo died in a federal prison at 90 years of age this past Saturday.