Caesars Entertainment plans to begin accepting sports bets in New Jersey immediately and in Mississippi sometime in August.
Reports indicate harassment rates are unusually high in the casino industry, so employees at some companies are now getting panic buttons as protection.
With both Delaware and New Jersey sports books up and running, companies appear to be eyeing Mississippi as the next state to launch wagering.
Proposed language in the current Senate bill under consideration restricts anyone who owns a sports team from accepting sports wagers. This can affect New Jersey’s Borgata, Caesars, and Golden Nugget.
Caesars Entertainment is taking a big step by investing in Dubai and by getting into developing properties that have no connection to casinos.
Several major casino companies, like MGM and Caesars, continue to make it more expensive to gamble, raising controversial resort fees and parking rates.
After the tragic shooting at Mandelay Bay in October, Caesars Entertainment will now enter hotel rooms every 24 hours to check on guests.
The 2018 World Series of Poker will feature 78 bracelet events. There are five high roller tournaments, four online events, and of course the Main Event.
Products from the two leading skill-based casino game companies, GameCo and Gamblit Gaming are available at two dozen US casinos.
Caesars Entertainment recently jumped into a Las Vegas, Nevada real estate deal with a familiar partner to sell and leaseback Harrah’s Las Vegas. Company reps say they will use proceeds to purchase an Indiana racetrack company. Additionally, they will build a …