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Formula 1’s Vegas Grand Prix: Controversy over Million-Dollar Viewing Rights

As the excitement builds for the upcoming Formula 1 Grand Prix in Las Vegas, a controversial demand from F1 executives has sent shockwaves through the city’s restaurants and nightclubs. According to reports, establishments with views of the circuit are being asked to pay a staggering $1,500 per head in licensing rights, or risk having their […]

Circa Hotel Las Vegas Victim of $1.1 Million Scam

A recent incident in Las Vegas has exposed a cunning scam involving an individual pretending to be the owner of the popular Circa Hotel & Casino. This imposter, identified as Erik Gutierrez, managed to swindle over $1.1 million from an unsuspecting cashier’s cage employee by persuading them to make payments for fire extinguishers and other […]

Hofstra University Opposes Proposed Long Island Casino

Hofstra University is continuing its fight against a proposed Long Island Casino. The university has filed a lawsuit to stop the proposal from going forward. The Long Island Casino is being proposed by Las Vegas Sands, but it looks like the corporation is facing an uphill battle. Usual Casino Complaints Raised The private school is […]

Is Online Blackjack Rigged?

Is Online Blackjack Rigged?

Almost every player asks, “is online blackjack rigged” at some point in their gaming experience. While we know it can be frustrating to be on a losing streak, it’s rare for the game to be rigged. This guide will cover everything you need to look for to ensure you don’t find the one dud game […]

Crown Resort Inquiry Exposes Australia’s Lax Gambling Laws

Crown Resort Inquiry Exposes Australia’s Lax Gambling Laws

The recent investigation into Australia’s marquee casino, Crown Resort, revealed just how less-stringent the laws are in Oz compared to anywhere else. The Crown Resort inquiry delved into the alleged money laundering that took place at the casino. The investigation is likely to render a verdict of whether the casino remains suitable to hold a […]

Montana Casino Bandit Facing 40-year Sentence for Magic Diamond Robbery after Pleading Guilty

Montana Casino Bandit Jacob Burritt

The now-infamous Montana casino bandit has pleaded guilty to robbing the Magic Diamond Casino with a fake Molotov-cocktail. On Tuesday, the accused has pleaded guilty to felony robbery and arson in court. On April 27, 2019, the man entered the Magic Diamond Casino in Bozeman while highly intoxicated on meth. He was wearing a mask […]

Police Raid Illegal Gambling Dens Seizing Gaming Machines

police raid illegal gambling businesses

It seems like unlicensed gambling businesses are in the crosshairs. A recent police raid in California resulted in the seizure of 125 alleged illegal gambling machines from an unauthorized venue operating near Modesto. While, in another separate police raid in Texas, Dallas law enforcement confiscated 47 illegal machines in Texas City. The police raid in […]

Wynn Macau Brand Used in Web Casino Scam

Wynn Macau Web Casino Scam

A web casino scam aimed at Asian investors has been exposed after using the Wynn Macau brand to lure in investments. Allegedly, the Wynn Resorts arm in the Chinese Special Administrative Region has been used as a trap for stakeholders into an illegal web casino venture. China is firmly against online wagering, including casinos. In […]

Federal Court Sentences Maryland Dealer to 18 Months for Cheating Scheme

Maryland Dealer Sentenced

A Maryland dealer has been sentenced by a federal court for his million-dollar baccarat cheating scheme. The dealer, Ming Zhang from Virginia, will also have supervised release for three years when he’s served the 18-month sentence. Maryland U.S. District Court Judge Paul W. Grimm has similarly ordered Zhang to return the money to the casino […]

Crown Casino Criticized for Allowing UN-Sanctioned Player to Gamble

crown allowed un-sanctioned gambler inside the casino

Renowned Australian casino, Crown Resorts is facing yet another scandalous week in the news after it was revealed that they allowed an alleged arms dealer to gamble at the casino. The United Nations had sanctioned Indonesian tycoon who had links to arms trading with former Liberian president and warlord, Charles Taylor. It is reported that […]

Pay to Play Student Law Coming in California

Pay to Play Laws USA

A new “Pay to Play” bill has been signed into law to allow college football players to receive endorsement money. Despite only starting in 2023, the controversial bill is already ruffling feathers. Legalized sports betting could also be affected by Senate Bill 206. Moreover, universities will no longer eb able to punish players who accept […]

Tennessee Trio Charged for Stealing Lottery Tickets

Tennessee Trio Theft US

Three people from Memphis, Tennessee in the US have been charged with theft and burglary after weeks of stealing lottery tickets and cigarettes from several businesses in the region. The Tennessee trio is said to have stolen goods worth $30, 000 altogether. A woman, (35) her daughter, (20) and a man, (22) raided business after […]

Las Vegas Drink Fees Spark Blowback from Patrons

Drink Fees at Sahara Las Vegas

Hidden drink fees at Las Vegas Strip venues are causing an uproar online after the mandatory “service charges” are publicised. According to industry leaders, the latest fees are “discreetly attached” to elevate the actual cost generated by the resorts. Las Vegas locals and visitors are less than pleased about the growing expense of beverages. Especially, […]

DC Lawmakers Questioning Intralot Gambling Contract

DC Sports Betting Halted over Intralot Contract

An allegedly dodgy contract has been awarded to a Greek gambling operator, Intralot, in Washington DC. Instead of the usual bidding process, the operator was given the contract by the city. Of course, this goes against the law and two legislators are calling for an investigation. DC is planning to legalize sports betting later this […]

Iowa’s Prairie Meadows Casino Fined for Underage Gambling, Again

The Prairie Meadows Casino based in Iowa has just been slapped with another fine for allowing underage gambling at its premises. According to recent documents released by the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission, the casino allowed a 19-year-old teenager to gamble and order alcohol at the casino in April, without asking him for identification. This […]

Florida Eldorado Employees Threaten to Strike

Florida Eldorado Employees Threaten to Strike

One of the casinos in the USA is currently facing a backlash from the last people they’d expect – their employees. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that the employees of Florida Eldorado Resorts property located in the South of Florida have been threatening to go on strike. The employees at Pompano Beach, owned by Florida […]

Newly Approved Marijuana Lounges Barred from Casinos

Recreational and medicinal use of Marijuana is legal in Nevada- provided that it is in a private place. That provision is now a little more flexible since Las Vegas City Council has recently approved marijuana lounges in the city. However, that too is laden with conditions. Some were crossing fingers that the approval would stretch […]

Gaming Innovation Group Fined $25,000 by New Jersey


The New Jersey governors have fined online gambling technology firm, Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) $25,000k. A civil penalty was declared by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) against GiG. This serves as punishment for permitting a foreign gambler to bet online with a locally licensed operator. There were enough legal facts sticking on […]