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.
NIGC supports sports gambling at New York’s tribal casinos
New York State is still working on how to proceed with sports gambling, and support for the activity continues to grow.
Merger talks break down between William Hill, Caesars
The deal may have seemed enticing, it wasn’t enough to convince the numbers crunchers or top executives, and the merger reportedly had been canceled due to price.
Legal technicality at heart of Martha’s Vineyard casino dispute
Martha’s Vineyard is going to continue to do everything it can to impede the development of a casino in its back yard.
Macau government confirms May GGR increase
After a slow start in the first four months of the year, Macau has seen an improvement in its casino gross gaming revenue (GGR) for May.
Sweden sees massive response to auto-exclusion program
The Scandinavian country made sure it gave its citizens an easy way to opt out of the activity if they felt they were getting in too deep.
MGM halfway to planned staff reduction after more jobs cut
MGM Resorts wants to reduce its workforce by 2,100 within a year, and is well on its way towards reaching its goal.
GVC Holdings CEO takes ‘huge’ pay cut
Kenneth Alexander has decided to reduce his salary in an effort to appease investors prior to the upcoming shareholder meeting next week.
Things look good for Eldorado’s Caesars acquisition, asserts analyst
At least one industry analyst is putting his weight behind a possible deal, noting the companies’ valuation is a primary impetus behind the acquisition.