Tag Archives: Nevada Gaming regulators
- IGT to vote on GTECH merger
January 27, 2015
Shareholders of slot machine developer International Game Technology will vote Feb. 10, at The Signature at MGM Grand Las Vegas, on the company’s merger agreement with lottery provider GTECH Holdings. GTECH will pay $4.7 billion in cash and stock while assuming $1.7 billion of IGT debt, owning 80% with IGT...
- Station Casinos nears exit from bankruptcy
May 26, 2011
Station Casinos, one of the biggest U.S. gambling companies facing bankruptcy has recently won approval from Nevada gaming regulators for its reorganization plan. The approval now leaves the company with one more hurdle to cross in court before it can officially exit bankruptcy. Bloomberg reports that the company got the...
- Harrahs Entertainment Nevada gaming application will set a crucial precedent
April 20, 2010
Online operators will be watching the outcome of Harrah’s Entertainment Inc's application to Nevada gaming regulators for a suitability approval of its partner, Dragonfish, like hawks. Because Dragonfish is a division of 888, which operated online gambling in the US prior to the passing of the UIEGA… much like Bwin,...
- 888 Cool With Nevada Gaming Investigation
April 16, 2010
888 Holdings Ltd. Acknowledged to the London Stock Exchange that Nevada gaming regulators would be exploring its suitability. It marks the first time since the passing of the UIGEA act that Nevada gaming have been asked to investigate the suitability of an online gaming company. Read more.
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