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The closure of the Showboat in Atlantic City


The hotel-casino Showboat in Atlantic City, which is owned by Caesars Entertainment, will shut its doors next Sunday, on August 31, at precisely 4pm, after 27 years of operation.
Reasons are the ongoing challenges that the entire gambling industry in this city of the State of New Jersey has been facing. More...

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Le SLS Las Vegas opens their doors to the public


At midnight on the night of last Friday to Saturday, the complex called SLS Las Vegas has been inaugurated on the famous Strip in Las Vegas in the state Nevada.
The operator of this complex is the world leader in the hotel industry, the SBE Entertainment group. More...

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The Revel in Atlantic City will close their doors


The leaders of the Revel casino-hotel in Atlantic City recently decided to close down their business on the 10th of September.
The casino had only opened in April 2012, but in this short time it was never able to generate any profit.
Originally, the complex was to be auctioned on the 14th of August. More...

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Win up to 50,000 Euros with a sticky wild


Personally, I love anything that has to do with technology. If you are like me, you will surely love the new video slot that was developed by the Swedish company Netent.
In fact, the game Attraction offers various electronic gadgets as symbols.
What is even more important is, that you can win up to €50,000 in just a single spin! More...

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Vietnam could allow residents to access casinos


The Vietnamese Ministry of Finance has recently developed a draft law that would allow Vietnamese citizens to enter land-based casinos in the country.
According to the text, residents aged 21 or older that are considered financially stable may be authorized to enter this type of establishment. More...

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The opening of the MGM Macau is postponed until mid-2016


The CEO of MGM, Grant Bowie, has confirmed that the opening of the MGM Macau resort (worth $2.9 billion) on the Cotai Strip in Macau will be delayed until mid-2016. More...

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Universal Studios Japan is interested in a casino


As Japan may soon authorise land-based casinos, the Universal Studios Japan group is currently looking for a partner to develop a gambling establishment in their theme park in Osaka.
The management is currently talking to several gaming groups, including MGM Resorts, Caesars Entertainment and Genting Bhd. More...

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Win 480.000 coins with the help of BetSoft


You are probably just as frustrated as everyone else by the generally poor summer weather.
Fortunately, I can suggest a game that could save your summer!
The latest hit created by the developer Betsoft could help you win some big cash! More...

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Donald Trump is suing two casinos that bear his name


Businessman Donald Trump is suing two casinos in Atlantic City that bear his name.
He wants the owners to either improve their service, or change their name.
The real estate mogul who was the chairman of an empire of casinos during the glorious days of Atlantic City, has filed this complaint against the Trump Entertainment Resorts on Tuesday, August 5. More...

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The construction of the Paradise City in South Korea begins in October


The huge entertainment complex - that also features a large casino - called Paradise City is the result of the joint venture with the Sega Sammy Holdings and the Paradise group.
It is scheduled to open in early 2017.
The entertainment complex is located near the Incheon airport in the outskirts of Seoul in South Korea. More...

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