Connecticut's two tribal casinos -- Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun -- each report annual net revenue declines due to increased regional competition.
A handwriting expert hired by the Mohegan Sun casino says it's "highly probable" that Eugene Melnyk signed five dishonored credit markers worth $900k.
The casino giant is afraid of losing gamblers that may have otherwise hit the MGM Springfield across the border in Massachusetts.
Massachusetts' newest (Encore) and oldest (Plainridge) casinos struggle in October, while Connecticut's casinos end 17-month losting streak.
MGM Resorts sues the federal Department of the Interior, accusing it of improperly approving Connecticut tribes' plans to build JV casino off tribal land.
The proposed venue of Gov. Ned Lamont for a new casino have not entice the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes.
Connecticut legislators unveil bill that would give state's two tribes exclusive right to online gambling, sports betting and a new Bridgeport casino.
A longtime casino executive, John J. James will officially fill in the vacant position at Foxwoods Casino on August 12th.
Connecticut tribes give 25% of the GGR from slot machines to the state and have always been a major source of revenue for government wallets, but the take continues to steadily decline.
With one day left before the end of session, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont already indicated that the casino legislation approval is very slim.