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.
Pennsylvania’s sports gambling market shines despite high fees
When Pennsylvania first agreed to allow sports gambling to the state, it announced licensing fees that were substantially higher than any other state.
Imperial Pacific’s executive revolving door still turning
Imperial Pacific International (IPI), is back in the news and the revolving door on the top floor of the company continues to spin.
MGTO: Macau tourism could top 38 million visitors this year
If 2018 was a good year for Macau, 2019 is expected to be even better. Last year, the city received 35.8 million tourists, an increase of 9.8% over 2017.
First lawsuit over blown call at Saints-Rams game filed
A lawsuit has been filed against the NFL to reverse the no-call after Rams defensive back Nickell Robey-Coleman obviously interfered with a pass attempt.
Virginia committee passes gambling bill, but it may not be enough
The idea of casinos within the state’s borders have been brought up in the past, but have routinely been smothered by objections.
Japan announces casino advertising restrictions
Japan is making progress toward introducing the first steps of its newly approved integrated resort (IR) industry.
Macau visitation on the rise
2018 was a good year for Macau’s tourism. According to a report released by the city’s SCS, visitation to Macau increased 9.8% last year compared to 2017.
Second Macau casino reports odd power loss Saturday
The casino at the Ponte 16 resort in Macau suffered a 10-hour suspension of gaming activity after losing power to one of its uninterrupted power supplies.