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.
Bookies in Jaipur busted for activity tied to Betfair
Law enforcement officials in Jaipur, India, have arrested two individuals they say were the ringleaders of major gambling syndicates.
New York makes changes to sports gambling bill, leagues still benefit
Two sports gambling bills in New York may have undergone changes, but sports leagues' "integrity fee" has remained intact.
6 Vegas sports gambling funds controlled by former Ponzi scheme operators
John F. Thomas III manages six funds that are now being put under the microscope by the U.S. SEC, according to reports.
Treasure Island wants Caesars’ Strip properties
Treasure Island would welcome the opportunity to purchase the properties from Caesars as the latter potentially looks to sell its assets.
Morgan Stanley expects VIP revenue in Macau to recover in Q3
The drop in gross gaming revenue (GGR) in Macau is nothing more than a temporary glitch that doesn’t have local authorities concerned.
3 arrested in Macau after death of gambler
Macau has done a lot to clean up the city and remove illegal loan sharks, but there will always be those that lurk in the shadows, ready to prey on others.
Casino crime in Singapore not linked to syndicates
Only a "very few" casino-related crimes that could be tied to organized crime in the past nine years, according to a Singapore official.
MGM, Las Vegas Sands lead the way in Japan IR race: Morgan Stanley
Either MGM Resorts or Las Vegas Sands could ultimately be chosen to oversee the operations of an IR in Osaka, according to the brokerage.