Tag Archives: Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation
- Operating costs soar as gambling revenues drop in Nova Scotia
July 13, 2011
Earlier this year, Nova Scotia wilted under the pressure and released a gambling report which the government knew to be flawed. Now a new report suggests that the gambling industry in the eastern Canadian province is headed in the wrong direction. According to an annual report released by the province’s...
- Nova Scotia takes Big Brother approach to gaming
March 25, 2011
The Nova Scotia government has taken some drastic measures to address the regions gambling industry. Starting in April of 2012, all video-lottery players in Nova Scotia will have to use a MyPlay card to gamble. According to new strategy, the “voluntary” system involves gamblers using cards that are inserted into...
- NSGC CEO Mullally resigns
December 4, 2010
The current CEO of the Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (NSGC), Marie Mullally, will be stepping down from her role in the new year. It's been reported that by January of 2011, the current VP of Gaming Operations Steve MacDonald will be taking over as the acting president and CEO. Specifically,...
- N.S. may realize net gaming opt out doesn’t make dollars, doesn’t make sense
November 3, 2010
As part of its function the head of the Crown Corporation in Nova Scotia Canada that deals with gaming in the province is now trying to figure out how much the decision by the government to opt out of online gambling will actually cost. Recently, Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter...