Tag Archives: SugarHouse Casino
- Sands Bethlehem, SugarHouse fined $150k for gambling minors
January 12, 2017
Two of Pennsylvania’s leading casino operators have been hit with major fines for allowing underage patrons to gamble and consume alcohol on their premises. On Wednesday, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) slapped a $100k fine on SugarHouse HSP Gaming Ltd, which operates the SugarHouse Casino in Philadelphia, for five...
- MGM’s easyPLAY online casino tournaments go Nevada-wide
December 2, 2016
Casino operator MGM Resorts has expanded its Las Vegas online casino-style tournaments to reach a statewide audience. In July, MGM introduced its easyPLAY mobile casino offering, a co-venture with oneLIVE Inc. that enabled guests at MGM properties in Las Vegas to engage in slots, bingo and video poker tournament play...
- Pennsylvania’s SugarHouse Casino launch New Jersey online gambling site
September 13, 2016
The operators of Pennsylvania’s SugarHouse Casino have launched a New Jersey online gambling site. Last Wednesday, the SugarHouse Online Casino blog announced (with remarkably little fanfare) that it had begun soft play/beta testing of its new Playsugarhouse.com real-money online gambling site. The testing concluded on Friday and the site began...
- SugarHouse Casino Prepares to Launch Poker Night in America Poker Room
March 23, 2016
The SugarHouse Casino is preparing to open their resplendent new poker room and it will be christened the Poker Night in America Poker Room. The SugarHouse Casino in Philadelphia is on the verge of cracking open a bottle of champagne on the side of their brand spanking new poker room,...
- Simulated Gaming the lone bright spot as GAN loses £2.6m in H1
September 29, 2015
The glacial pace of online gambling regulation in the United States is being blamed for a seven-figure H1 loss at UK-listed gaming software firm GAN (formerly GameAccount Network). Despite a modest increase in gross income to £13.4m, GAN reported a pre-tax net loss of £2.6m in the first six months...
- IRS wants more tax money from casino gamblers
June 1, 2015
The US gaming industry has until June 2 to respond to an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) proposal to reduce the casino reporting threshold to $600. The IRS proposed the $600 threshold in March to bring slot winnings in line with the reporting requirements of business and trade revenue and because...
Why IRS 1099-B tax form won’t work for all digital currency
February 16, 2017