Posts Tagged ‘online casinos’

November 27th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer On Monday, a vote was held by the New Jersey State Senate that would legalize intrastate online gambling. The vote was won 29 to 5, and is the first step in creating a framework that would allow online gambling sites to be operated by the state’s casinos. These […]

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November 23rd, 2010 – by Glen Farmer On Monday, the New Jersey State Senate brought up several pieces of legislation covering the expansion of gambling into the revenue starved state. Several measures have been brought forward, each covering different aspects of gambling in the state. The legislation would overhaul the casino control commission, legalize the […]

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November 14th, 2010-  By Glen Farmer According to a recent report, gambling revenue in Illinois has dropped to its lowest trough in ten years. Blame for the reduction in revenue has been attributed to not only the recession gripping the nation, but also the recent smoking ban in the state’s riverboat casinos. In the last […]

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November 14th, 2010-  By Glen Farmer The laws pertaining to slots in Maryland could change, according to legislators. State officials will soon be considering changes in the laws as bidders are beginning to aim for licenses in the western part of the state and Baltimore. According to Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., the state’s Senate […]

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November 13th, 2010-  By Glen Farmer MasterCard is a deposit method that had mostly disappeared from online gambling sites, but a recent resurgence has been witnessed by online gamblers. Some online casinos have recently begun to experiment with reusing MasterCard. Every brand of online casino software, including Real Time Gaming, Vegas Technology, and the Rival […]

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October 28th, 2010 – Bonnie When PlayNow.com was originally launched by the British Columbia Lottery Corp, they expected it to be a hit. Such a hit it was that the company’s server could not keep up with the traffic and subsequently crashed. Now, two months later, the online casino seems to be a success. According […]

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October 28th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer Months of debate over casino boats in Charleston are set to culminate, as tonight will be the final vote that could change the zoning laws that currently inhibit gambling boats from sailing from the city. South Carolina is not a state that is very friendly toward gambling, and […]

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Ocotber 23rd, 2010 – by Glen Farmer The Nevada casino industry has been suffering from a lack of money being brought into the state, and Reno seems to have taken the worst hit. Revenue has been down in the area, not following in line with the respite that Las Vegas has been experiencing. The most […]

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October 21st, 2010 – by Glen Farmer The first casino in Maryland has already proven to be a success. The casino managed to bring in more money than expected during the first four days of operation. The casino opened on September 27th, and the 1,500 slot machines proved to be a great success. According to […]

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October 18th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer Connecticut’s gambling industry may not always be at the forefront of media attention, but recently the two largest casinos int he United States have made headlines. For better and for worse, these two casinos are in the news. Between the Foxwoods Resort Casino and the MGM Grand at […]

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