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April 2011

Playa Games Shows Huge Growth in Market

There is more good news for the gambling market. This time it is Playa Games that is noting a great first quarter revenue. The market of gambling is expanding quickly and that means that some companies are being squeezed out of the mix, but other companies are flourishing. The companies that are managing to stay [...]

PA May Take Over as Gambling Center of US

The Atlantic City market for gambling has taken a misstep recently. Anyone who has been watching the gambling market in the US as of late knows that Atlantic City used to be a gambling hub of the northeastern part of the country. Over the years, there were two locations where you could go for premiere [...]

Grand Falls Casino Holds Job Expo

Iowa is joining in on the gambling world now with the opening of its Grand Falls Casino Resort. The project is still in its planning stages but it has already gained a lot of publicity and notoriety to the market. One thing that is consistently changing the gambling market is the vast array of casinos [...]

Foxwoods Headquarters for X-Factor

It was just announced that the Foxwoods Resort and Casino in Connecticut is going to be the headquarters for the new X-Factor auditions. Simon Cowell, of American Idol fame, announced that he is going to be holding auditions at the casino location. This is great news for Foxwoods Resort and Casino officials because they know [...]

Using the e-Wallet Solution

One of the greatest things that is going on in the market right now are the sheer number of promotions that casinos are offering. If you ever wanted to get something extra to your gambling, then now is the time to do some searching. You want to be sure that you are open to other [...]

MN Racetracks Looking for Gambling Help

Racinos in Minnesota are not petitioning for bringing gambling to their gaming floors. The problem with racetracks is universal. Throughout the entire country the racing market is suffering due to its declining popularity with gamblers. There was a time when racetracks were doing fine. They had plenty of activity and support from the masses. They [...]

Gambling Addiction Numbers on the Rise- Part 2

The survey showed that gambling addiction numbers are up for players over twenty-one and is showing up to be such an issue that it is taking over alcohol addiction in numbers. This is startling news, but not going to help the gambling activists and pro-gambling legislators who want to push for greater expansion. This is [...]

Gambling Addiction Numbers on the Rise- Part 1

The University of Buffalo recently did a survey on the market of gambling. One thing that is going on in the world today is the hefty debates over gambling expansions. On one side are legislators who see the huge benefit of gambling monetarily. They know how much money is available thanks to gambling and are [...]

PA Gambling Continues to Grow

The state of Pennsylvania has posted its revenue thanks to gambling and it’s all good news. For the month of March the state brought in over $54-million from table games. That means that their casino market has expanded considerably. There are plenty of casinos operating in the state and they are all making a great [...]

Smoking and Casino Gambling Changes- Part 2

The legislators made a sweeping move to implement smoking bans on casinos too and that made headline news. Gamblers were used to having a “no rules” type of gambling plan. They could go to the casino and not have to worry about who they would affect with their smoking or drinking. There is a reason [...]