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.
Caesars accused of illegal donations to politicians in Japan
A Japanese magazine has accused Caesars Entertainment of making illegal bribes to Japanese politicians.
Mizoram’s lottery headaches continue
Lottery contracts for four distributors in Mizoram have been suspended following allegations of unfair process for issuing the licenses.
Triton Super High Roller Series Jeju to feature 3 ante-only short deck events
The Triton Poker Super High Roller Series will kick off in Jeju, South Korea with five tournaments scheduled across the ten-day event.
Macau’s DICJ denies Canidrome appeal for 4-month extension
The Macau Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) reiterates that the dog club must move out of the original site no later than July 20, 2018.
Gaming-related crime in Macau drops 4% in first five months of 2018
According to the Macau's Judiciary Police (JP), only 706 suspected gaming-related crimes were recorded from January to May of this year.
World’s first crypto-based poker tourney launched at Blockchain World Conference
The Blockchain World Conference has organized a casino-sanctioned poker tournament open to a maximum of 100 players on July 14.
Resorts World Las Vegas could be delayed over US-China trade war
A planned casino project for Las Vegas could be postponed due to the ongoing strain between the United States and China over trade issues.
Paradise Entertainment sets its sights on new Macau license
Paradise Entertainment it will more than likely look to pick up a casino license in Macau when the city state begins to issue new licenses.