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.
Yokohama confirms it wants in on Japan’s IR plans
Local government of Japan has announced that it is prepared to enter the bidding wars for one of the first of three IR licenses to be issued by Japan.
Chicagoans get sports gambling (sort of)
Penn National Gaming is opening a sportsbook at Indiana’s Ameristar Casino East Chicago which allows Chicagoans to start placing wagers on sporting events.
Suncity closing VIP rooms in Australia amid Crown Resorts probe
The Macau junket investor is facing a decline in revenue from the operations, which has most likely led to the decision.
Oregon may be forced to delay sports gambling launch
There is still more to be done before the Oregon Lottery can fully offer a sports gambling solution.
Hollywood Casino Toledo may have been used to try to launder money
Todd A. Brown is facing a federal court judge in Ohio after being indicted last week of attempted money laundering as a result of his gambling activity a couple of years ago.
Scientific Games reportedly tapped to run the Turkish Lottery
The company’s innovative Wave terminals reportedly impressed the right people, helping SG secure the deal with the Türkiye Varlık Fonu (Turkey Wealth Fund, or TVF).
Bomb hoax forces evacuation of Ayia Napa casino
A bomb scare disrupted the operations of the Melco-backed casino in Ayia Napa, Cyprus, a month after its opening in the Mediterranean island nation.
Canada’s theScore tests the New Jersey sports gambling waters
theScore has now received approval from regulators to introduce its sports gambling app to “a select group of sports bettors” in New Jersey.