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London Hosts First Ever Bitcoin Gaming Conference

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Bitcoin4iGaming, the world’s first ever bitcoin gaming conference, was held in London this week, as crypto-currency entrepreneurs and gaming execs descended on Dexter House, a venue, appropriately enough, situated next to the former Royal Mint. A wide range of issues were up for discussion, from the potential regulation of bitcoin gaming to the economic future…Read More

Atlantic City Casinos Spark Bankruptcy Court Battles

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Atlantic City’s closed (and closing) casinos are at the center of several interesting storylines currently taking place in bankruptcy courts. From fights over driveways to questions about unpaid taxes, bankruptcy judges are considering several different situations regarding struggling resorts in the New Jersey city. In the first issue, real estate tycoon Donald Trump is hoping…Read More

Foxwoods Looks to Cut Back on Gambling, Diversify Revenues

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New Foxwoods CEO Felix Rappaport says that the casino resort plans to cut back a bit on its gambling focus and diversify its offerings is an attempt to survive against an onslaught of new competitors in the region. The idea will be to offer more nightclubs and other attractions that may bring in new customers…Read More

Delaware’s iGaming Figures Tumble to Lowest Since Launch

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More misery for Delaware’s stuttering online gambling industry with the news that revenues have dropped to the lowest since regulation came in a year ago this month. The state’s three online gambling operators, Delaware Park, Dover Downs and Harrington Raceway, took a combined gross revenue of $130,468.65 across all gaming platforms in October, according to…Read More

Japan Casino Bill Could Face Long Wait

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Japan’s long-awaited casino legislation is now dead for 2014, as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has dissolved parliament on Friday and called for new elections. That means that there is essentially no chance that the required regulatory legislation would be able to pass by 2015, which in turn will make it all but impossible for…Read More