Land Based Casino News

The amount of news coming from worldwide brick and mortar casino and gaming companies is astounding. Add the explosive growth of the American casino industry and you have some very busy reporters. The land based casino news our reporters focus on is business and legal oriented. This means that if any casino gaming company adds a new casino somewhere in the world, it will be reported on here. This means that if the Indians in the United States face an issue with their government, it will be published here. All the latest brick and mortar casino news will be covered extensively by Online Casino Advisory writers. We hope you enjoy.

Atlantic City Casino Revenues Still Plummeting Past Recession End
Published on August 10, 2010 by Julie Wong

Even though the recession seems to be over, Atlantic City casino revenues are still on a steady decline....

Rhode Island Governor's Veto Stands Against Casino Gambling
Published on August 10, 2010 by Matt Miller

A bill which would allow table games to be operated at Rhode Island racinos failed to advance beyond the governor's veto, leaving voters unable to decide for themselves....

Massachusetts Compromise Casino Bill Blocked by Governor
Published on August 9, 2010 by K.C. Carmichael

Massachusetts lawmakers succeeded in crafting a compromise casino gambling bill, but Governor Deval Patrick says he won't sign the law unless it is more limited....

Problem Gambling Grouped by Experts with Substance Abuse
Published on July 26, 2010 by A.J. Maldonado

Studies have led experts to realize problem gambling is not caused by gaming proliferation, but by a brain imbalance also found in substance abusers....

British Open May End Tiger Woods' Run as Sports Betting Favorite
Published on July 18, 2010 by Tom Weston

Tiger Woods has been posted automatically as the favorite by sports betting sites at every golf event he has entered for a decade, but this week's British Open performance may signal an end to that gambling trend....

Recognition of Tribe May Bring Shinnecock Casino to Hamptons
Published on July 17, 2010 by Ed Bradley

Federal recognition of a Native American tribe located in the Hamptons, on Long Island, may lead to gambling and a casino funding further tribal legal efforts to protect their ancestral lands....

Texas Returns to Subject of Expanded Gambling
Published on July 8, 2010 by Virginia Maddox

Texas lawmakers are revisiting the possibility of placing slots at race tracks and licensing resort casinos, as gambling revenue is desperately needed for a state budget fix....

Sports Betting Fans Must Adjust to Utah's Move to Pac-10
Published on June 16, 2010 by Matt Miller

Utah may seem a poor sister compared to its new relatives in the Pac-10, but sports betting reality is that Utah's football program may be the conference's strongest....

Raids on Illegal Gambling Called Racist
Published on June 13, 2010 by Julie Wong

Defense attorneys in Indiana are suggesting that raids on illegal gambling take a racist pattern....

Tribe Puts Recognition Ahead of Casino Gambling Rights
Published on June 8, 2010 by Virginia Maddox

The Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina say they won't open casinos if given federal recognition, and the tribe fired a gambling consulting firm to prove its statements....

Drug Causing Loss of Control Re Casino Gambling, Pornography?
Published on June 4, 2010 by Julie Wong

A group of Australians are suing drug companies for manufacturing pills that allegedly caused patients to gamble uncontrollably or seek out pornography as an obsession....

Atlantic City Casinos Move to End Racing Subsidies
Published on May 31, 2010 by Ed Bradley

Casino interests in New Jersey are looking for cost-cutting measures to offset the plunging income of Atlantic City gaming venues, and the state's horse-racing subsidy is a prime target....

Canadian Province Ends Gambling Subsidies for Arts and Culture
Published on May 29, 2010 by Preston Lewis

Representatives of the British Columbia government told organizers of artistic and cultural events they would no longer be eligible for grants funded by the casino and gambling revenue the province collects....

Pinnacle Casino Losing License After Tough Luck
Published on May 29, 2010 by Julie Wong

The Pinnacle gambling boat at St. Louis, the President Casino, has just reopened after flood waters receded, but the venue will surrender its gaming license and cease operations July 1st....

Blackjack and Table Gambling Come to Delaware
Published on May 24, 2010 by A.J. Maldonado

After a disastrous attempt to institute sports betting, Delaware begins table gambling this week at state racinos....

Andrew Cuomo May Decide Fate of Aqueduct Casino Gambling
Published on May 23, 2010 by Ed Bradley

Aqueduct's proposed slot casino will begin a new bidding process with newly confirmed gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo watching closely....

Gambling Considerations Blocking Tribal Recognition by US
Published on May 19, 2010 by Virginia Maddox

A North Carolina Indian tribe seeking recognition from the federal government may find its cause blocked as a promise to forgo gaming privileges seems tested by the hiring of a gambling consulting firm as lobbyists....

New Hampshire Senate Pases Casino Bill
Published on May 14, 2010 by Preston Lewis

The Senate of New Hampshire rejected a House bill raising taxes and instead offered slot machine gambling as a source of revenue to address the budget shortfall....

Rhode Island Bill Would Bring Casino Gambling
Published on May 13, 2010 by A.J. Maldonado

Rhode Island lawmakers once again try to protect the revenue generated by gambling at two slot parlors, this time by considering allowing the venues to become full casinos....

Jerry Yang to Appear at Make-A-Wish Foundation Poker Tourney Fund
Published on May 11, 2010 by Julie Wong

2007 World Series of Poker Champion Jerry Yang to appear at Make-A-Wish fundraiser poker tournament at Diamond Jim?s Casino....