Macau Gambling Looks Toward The Future After Chau Debacle

Macau

Macau introduced new casino regulations, but they are not as onerous as expected. However, China’s COVID policy could still be negatively influencing Macau’s industry. The industry currently sees less than half of the revenue it did pre-pandemic. MACAU – Macau’s casinos are looking like they’ll dodge what could have been potentially serious regulatory crackdowns in … Read more

Omicron Causes Postponement For Bali’s Triton Poker Series

Triton Poker High Roller Series Postponed

Triton Poker Series will postpone their Bali-based poker tournament. The postponement is due to concerns around the Omicron variant of COVID-19. Triton Poker is exploring ways to reschedule the tournament series. BALI, Indonesia – Triton Poker has been forced to postpone their Super High Roller Series in February amidst concerns about the Omicron variant of … Read more

Ohio Hits New Gambling Highs, Will Regulate Sports Betting

Ohio Gambling

Ohio’s gambling revenue has reached new heights, with $2.11 billion in handle so far. This is compared to $1.44 billion in handle in 2020. Ohio is also looking to regulate sports betting, a process that should be complete by 2023. COLUMBUS, Ohio – There is a double helping of good news for fans of gambling … Read more

Mississippi Casino Buffets Gearing Up To Serve Thanksgiving

Casino Buffet

Casino buffets operate at a net loss, in exchange for attracting more gamblers into the casino. COVID-19 has taken a real toll on the casino buffet industry. Six casinos on the southern Mississippi coastline will be serving Thanksgiving buffets this year. BILOXI, MISS – Few things go together more than football, and food on Thanksgiving … Read more

Casino Hiring ‘Simpsons Series Analyst’ To Predict Future Wagers

The Simpsons

Platin Casino is offering an eight-week job posting to analyze The Simpsons. The theory that The Simpsons predicted major world events has gained traction in recent years. The job will pay £5,000 GBP and eight boxes of donuts over eight weeks. LONDON – Did The Simpsons really predict everything? One casino seems to believe that … Read more

Bill Hornbuckle Of MGM Endorses Online Casinos In Nevada

iGaming

At the recent IndyFest 2021, Bill Hornbuckle, CEO of MGM Resorts, publicly endorsed iGaming in Nevada. Nevada has historically been against online casinos. However, iGaming access would have saved the state from a lot of lost revenue suffered during the pandemic casino closures. LAS VEGAS – The topic of iGaming in Nevada was brought up … Read more

World Series Of Poker 2021 Kicks Off This Week In Vegas

World Series of Poker

The 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) tournament will commence on September 30. Big-named gambler Chris Moneymaker has announced he will not be attending this season due to the COVID-19 risk. A $5 million GTD No-Limit Hold’em event will run during the opening weekend. LAS VEGAS – The 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) tournament … Read more

What Effect Will Fans Have On NFL Home Field Advantage?

Minnesota Vikings Stadium

2020’s NFL season saw games take place without crowds, leading many to conclude that home-field advantage was crowd-based. However, home-field advantage has been decreasing with each passing even before the 2020 pandemic. In 2021, many might expect a bounceback, but it’s unclear if this will happen. LAS VEGAS – Fans will be back in stadiums … Read more

Las Vegas Raiders Will Require Fans To Be Vaccinated

Las Vegas Raiders - Vaccination Card

The Las Vegas Raiders have imposed vaccine requirements on fans attending their games in 2021. These requirements are in line with Emergency Declaration 049, issued by Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak. Masks will not be required, but vaccinations will be. LAS VEGAS – The Las Vegas Raiders have become the second team in the NFL to … Read more