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.
Las Vegas Sands, Richard Suen heading back to court
In a lawsuit that has been brewing for the past decade and a half, Las Vegas Sands and Richard Suen are ready to argue their cases in court once again.
Sri Lanka makes changes to its gambling landscape
The government of Sri Lanka introduces gambling turnover tax and raises casino license fees. Additionally casino entry of $50 per person will be collected.
California initiative dies faster than you can say ‘sports gambling’
Hopes for California sports gambling bill is nil after it gets considerable amount of resistance from individuals seeing it from the wrong angle.
Macau casino operators to help fight illicit money exchanges
Representatives from Macau's casino industry pledged to the city’s authorities to cooperate with ongoing enforcement activities and to improve the checks conducted at their own facilities in order to curb illicit money exchanges.
Macau’s 3-year casino EBITDA gain at risk, says JP Morgan Securities
Macau casinos could see a negative EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) this quarter, as well as next quarter.
Gateway Casinos acquires Chances Signal Point
Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Ltd. continues its march across Canada, grabbing more casinos every chance it gets.
South Dakota turns its back on sports gambling
Despite being supported by residents and lawmakers, the bill was always going to face a challenge at the top rung of the ladder, but it didn’t even make it that far.
Connecticut’s gambling efforts may hit a snag amidst federal probe
Connecticut is currently considering four gambling bills that cover different aspects of the activity.