Hot on the heels of news that amusement arcades are no longer to be permitted to re-open for business on 15 June 2020, the Gambling Commission has this afternoon published information for gambling operators re-opening land-based gambling premises.
In the House of Representatives Budget Committee, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe effectively reasserted his government’s intention to move forward with IR development, suggesting that it even had a role to play in reviving the tourism industry after the Covid-19 crisis.
Government statements help flight bookings take off
With the flagship World Series of Poker (WSOP) postponed in Las Vegas due to the public health emergency involving COVID-19, today organizers announced “World Series of Poker Online,” an online poker festival spanning two months
Five-Star Resort Returns With Full Array of Luxury Amenities and Industry-Leading Health & Safety Plan
Caesars Entertainment Corporation (NASDAQ: CZR) ("Caesars Entertainment" or the "Company") today announced that it will resume gaming and hospitality operations in Las Vegas at its Caesars Palace and the Flamingo Las Vegas properties on the date and time for reopening specified by the State of Nevada.
The gaming venues of Singapore’s two casino resorts are to remain shut beyond June 1, the city-state’s Casino Regulatory Authority (CRA) confirmed to GGRAsia. Singapore will see three-quarters of its economy resume normal operations when measures to fight the Covid-19 pandemic are eased from June 2, the government said earlier this week.
With no opening date currently set, the session scheduled for Tuesday by the Nevada Gaming Control Board could help show when Gov. Steve Sisolak will lift his mid-March order that stopped gambling in Nevada and closed casinos to prevent groups from gathering and spreading coronavirus.
The Verkhovna Rada could adopt the bill on the legalization of gambling business in Ukraine in the near future, Head of the Servant of the People faction David Arakhamia has said.
AGA Urges Administration to Adjust Antiquated Slot Reporting Threshold as Part of Regulatory Reform Effort
The American Gaming Association (AGA) today welcomed the Trump administration’s executive order to swiftly identify regulatory reform opportunities to help promote job creation and economic growth