Crown Resorts' Melbourne casino to face royal commission in Victoria while yet another director quits following Bergin report.
PokerStars deal to acquire Atlantic Club in jeopardy?
Unconfirmed reports suggest there's a hitch in PokerStars' plans to acquire the Atlantic Club casino hotel in Atlantic City.
New Jersey sports betting appeal briefs filed; California proposes tribal-state sports betting compacts
New Jersey files briefs with US Third Circuit of Appeals in sports bet case; California proposes tribal-state sports bet compacts
Amaya revenues, expenses soar; Leggett appointment raises eyebrows
Amaya Gaming Group revenue soars in 2012, but expenses up as well, leading to $7m net loss; Amaya appoints Paul Leggett as head of online
Ultimate Poker wins Nevada-licensed online poker real-money race
Ultimate Poker, the offshoot of Fertitta Interactive, becomes first Nevada-licensed online poker outfit to offer real-money play.
Gaming Industry News Weekly Recap – Stories You Might Have Missed
The gambling stories that made headlines during the week of April 22-27, 2013.
Illinois strips online gambling from casino legislation, standalone bill coming
Illinois legislators have reportedly agreed to drop online gambling language from casino bill, will reintroduce as standalone legislation
Boyd loses $7.3m in Q1, ready to seize online gambling opportunity
US casino operator Boyd Gaming posts $7.3m loss in Q1, preps for online gambling in New Jersey and other states
Tom Waterhouse pushes back against TV ad critics; broadcasters offer to police themselves
Australian bookie Tom Waterhouse pushes back against critics of his role on TV sports broadcasts; broadcasters offer to police themselves