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Lower revenues for the casinos in Nevada

04/17/14

The Nevada gaming control board has just published the latest statistics from the industry of gambling in Nevada.
These figures are not really good.
Indeed, during the month of February the casinos of the state only earned 926 million dollar, which is a decrease of 14% compared to the same period last year. More...

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Russia plans to open casinos in Crimea

04/16/14

Crimea is a much talked about place at the moment, following the proclamation of its independence from the Ukraine and its annexation to Russia.
This subject should now also interest the amateur casino player that lies within each one of us.
In fact, Russian officials are currently working on a proposal to create a gaming area with casino hotels on the Crimean peninsula. More...

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Another casino in Macao inspired by France

04/15/14

Since 2007 Macao has surpassed Las Vegas to become the capital on online gambling.
Because of this reason, investors are particularly interested in the former Portuguese colony, and new casinos are appearing regularly. More...

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Win 200 times your wager

04/11/14

This is a great hour for the age of Californian surfers, as the developer Netent pays them a tribute with the slot machine Wild Water.
The slot has a nice vintage vibe and uses retro graphics that immerse you into the carefree 60′s. More...

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Difficulties continue for Belgian casinos

04/08/14

The international economic crisis, and the competition from online casinos has caused a lot of harm to the casino industry in many countries.
This is particularly the case in France but also in Belgium.
The situation of the sector in the country is still rather worrying. More...

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South Korea opens its market to foreign casino operators

04/04/14

Taking the success of the casinos of Macao as an example, South Korea now wants to compete with the former Portuguese colony.
On the 18th of March, the Korean government decided to open the market to foreign gambling operators. More...

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Sheriff Gaming games are no longer available

04/02/14

Last week, in this post we discussed the recent purchase of Sheriff Gaming by Blue Gem Gaming.
In this article we also announced that this transaction would not affect you as a player, since the Sheriff Gaming games would be still available in the casinos, until a certain proposed date.
However, Tropezia Palace has just removed the games from their servers. More...

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The Chinese island of Hainan will not host a casino

03/31/14

Casinos are currently banned in China, with the exception of those in the region of Macau.
This did not prevent the existence of many illegal establishments that we mentioned in this post.
In recent years, rumours were spreading that casinos could soon be legalised on the island of Hainan. More...

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A drunk player loses big in Las Vegas, and now attacks the casino

03/28/14

According to the laws in the State of Nevada, a casino is not allowed to let a visibly intoxicated person gamble. Referring to this regulation, a man is now suing Downtown Grand Las Vegas.
Like every year for the last 30 years, the man went to Sin City over the weekend of the Super Bowl. More...

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Blue Gem Gaming takes over Sheriff Gaming

03/27/14

Just founded in 2011, the developer Sheriff Gaming quickly established itself as a serious competitor to Betsoft.
Just as Betsoft, they are specialised in the development of 3D slot machines, such as French Cuisine, Funky Chicken, or Underwater World. More...

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