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.
Silver Heritage takeover by gaming firm gets nod from regulators
The casino operator is one step closer to getting out from under a heavy financial burden.
Philippines “PIGOs” to pay massive tax rate to run operations
Land-based casinos that offer online alternatives are going to have to be prepared to give up almost half their revenue in taxes.
Australian sports gambling operator pushes forward with US expansion
PlayUp has successfully completed a money-grab that will allow it to more easily access the US sports gambling market.
No late-night gambling in Massachusetts starting this Friday
A reappearance of COVID-19 has forced Massachusetts to reintroduce health measures that impact the state’s gambling scene.
How it looks for sports gambling expansion in the US
Several states are wrapping up elections, including whether sports gambling should be allowed.
Crown deemed “unsuitable” for casino license, but could recover
An adviser assisting New South Wales with its investigation into Crown’s activities suggests that it isn’t fit to hold a license.
GGR levels in Macau to be well below expectations in 2021
The city’s government gives a dim view of its gambling ecosystem for next year as fallout from COVID-19 continues.
South Shore to convene shareholder meeting to determine company’s fate
The company behind the failed The 13 hotel/casino experiment in Macau may have to be dissolved.