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    Love Story Caused a Bankruptcy of Caesars Entertainment
    A confusing story of bankruptcy of the largest gambling operator Caesars Entertainment Corp. has become even more complicated after showdown of facts concerning a love affair of a company’s lawyer and a financial consultant hired for carrying out...
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    A new entertainment complex with casinos in the Philippines
    The Government of the Philippines continues to encourage foreign companies to invest in the gaming industry. Now huge casino resorts will be established not only in Manila, but also in other cities of the country. The Macao Resources Group Ltd. and the...
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    Allocation of gaming tables in Macao
    Casino operator Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) from Macao has been rewarded with 150 new gaming tables for Galaxy Macau Phase 2. News about 150 tables, appeared in the newspaper Jornal Tribuna de Macau, has not yet been confirmed by the authorities of...
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    Casino cruises for South Koreans?
    The Minister of Oceans and Fisheries of South Korea Yoo Ki-june visited Shanghai on Wednesday to seek support for cruise gambling. In January, the government adopted a law allowing domestic cruise ships to have casinos onboard. Earlier this month, the...
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    An employee of Ladbrokes was fired for a joke on Facebook
    Obi Dunn, an employee of the betting & gaming company Ladbrokes, has resigned after joking in the social network Facebook that the star of the football club Norwich City forward Cameron Zishan Rana-Jerome did not give tips for the company's staff when...
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    Slot machines with arcade games are allowed in Nevada
    Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval has signed a bill that finally will allow slot machines with arcade games in Nevada. Lawmakers approved unanimously the bill №9 from the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) that had been adopted by the Senate...