Fraud Suspected at L’Arc Casino

The L’Arc Casino Hotel is the latest in a string of venues to be accused of alleged fraud from their VIP industry. L’Arc is located on the Macau peninsula and the local police force has stated that a representative of the casino recently filed a complaint that involved $12.9 million. The complaint was received on […]
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Kygyzstan Allowing Gambling for Foriegn Citizens in New Complex

In a stunning reversal of its previous law banning all gambling, the Central Asian country of Kazakhstan has just announced plans to spend over $200 million and create a giant multiplex resort that includes commercial facilities, three hotels, shopping centers, conference rooms, and a magnificently designed gambling complex. Kazakhstan actually still has a law totally […]
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Florida Gaming Bill May be Rejected

A $300 billion agreement has been made between the Florida Seminole Tribe and Governor Rick Scott in regards to gaming in Florida. However, there are concerns that the Florida Legislature may reject this gaming deal even though the money would financially benefit the state. The Florida Gaming Congress held their annual meeting last Thursday. Bill […]
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Lithuania Cracks Down On Illegal Gambling

Lithuania is sending a major warning to people who operate illegal gambling houses in their country, and anyone who is playing on unapproved sites could be in trouble. The country has proposed new legislation that is going to closely monitor online gambling sites, and the country wants to use the new laws to crack down […]
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How Could RAWA Effect US Online Gaming?

Jason Chaffetz, on the 9th of the month December, will be attempting to continue with his fight for making a federal ban that will be on state-regulated gambling that takes place on-line. He will be fighting for the ban using a hearing that has been granted at the Chaffetz-chaired House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. […]
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