Crown Resorts' Melbourne casino to face royal commission in Victoria while yet another director quits following Bergin report.
Nevada casinos end fiscal year on up note
Nevada casino gaming revenue posts solid gains in June, allowing the state to post a modest year-on-year improvement in fiscal 2016.
PAGCOR revokes 124 eGames permits, won’t renew hundreds of others
Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp revokes 124 eGames permits, won't renew hundreds of others, in keeping with President Duterte's wishes.
Gaming Industry News Weekly Recap – Stories You Might Have Missed
The gambling stories that made headlines during the week of July 24-30, 2016.
Steve Wynn says the casino business is a yoga class where only the agile survive
Wynn Resorts flips script by posting gains in Macau while Vegas retreats, but company expects only 100 new gaming tables for Wynn Palace.
Michigan Lottery website hands out second $1m prize in 17 months
Michigan Lottery website hands out second $1m online prize in 17 months; Gun Lake Tribe reach partial deal with state over online lottery.
Greek half of Cyprus to expand access to online sports betting market
Greek half of Cyprus to start accepting online sports betting license applications on Oct. 3, any site that doesn't apply goes on blacklist.
National Lottery operator Camelot fined £300k for publishing incorrect results
UK Gambling Commission slaps £300k fine on National Lottery operator Camelot for publishing incorrect results on its website.
UK gambling survey shows young adults losing interest in online gambling
New UK Gambling Commission data shows further decline in online gambling participation rates among UK adults aged 18-24 years old.