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.
Brazil’s president not a fan of gambling, but won’t stand in the way
Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro, is emphatically opposed to the idea of bringing legalized gambling back to the country.
The inside scoop on betting at Wimbledon
The Wimbledon Championships that will kick off this coming Monday shows an endless supply of gambling opportunities as the tournament advances.
Imperial Pacific reportedly owes millions to Saipan gov’t, suppliers
Imperial Pacific International owes a considerable amount of money to the government and to suppliers and is is trying to keep the information from being covered by the press.
Everything’s bigger in Texas, including illegal sports gambling
Three members of the same Texas family have just pleaded guilty in federal court after having been busted for running one of the largest illegal operations in the state – and the country.
Caesars not interested in Gold Coast casino
The initial interest of casino license by Caesars Entertainment in Queensland has subsided with no apparent reason from the company, according to report.
Lawsuit could bring video gambling to an end in Missouri
A lawsuit brought against one of the largest suppliers of video poker machines in Missouri, could bring either the games being pulled out of the state or regulations implemented to give the government a cut.
Australian bank now bans credit card gambling purchases
Macquarie has announced that it will no longer allow its bank-issued credit cards to be used for making gambling or lottery purchases, according to report.
Yokohama IR talks draw a public crowd
A possible candidate for an IR is Yokohama, and city officials just wrapped up a public meeting on the subject to try and ascertain the level of public interest.