Agreements between tribes aid New York State’s casino plans

Agreements between tribes aid New York State’s casino plans

The governor of New York Andrew Cuomo’s plans to expand the number of casinos to be built in the state were approved in a referendum held last month. The change to the constitution was to permit the construction of casinos that may be non- Indian owned. Before the referendum only native American tribes could operate

Greek Casinos continue to suffer

Greek Casinos continue to suffer

As one of several European countries which have had to be bailed out due to the recession, Greece continues to suffer economically and as a result the country’s casinos are facing into their fifth year of a reduction in revenue. As well as a drop in revenue, there has also been a reduction in the

Greek Online Gambling Monopoly Saga Continues

Greek Online Gambling Monopoly

The situation regarding the Greek government’s attitude to its own state gambling monopoly and its alleged lack of observance of European Union gambling laws has caused friction in the online gambling industry in Europe for some time now. Since the Greek Gambling Act of 2011 was passed there have been no full online gambling licences

Top 21 list of Trends in the Casino Industry in 2012

Spectrum Gaming Group

A list of the main 21 trends to affect the worldwide casino industry in 2012 has been compiled by the Spectrum Gaming Group. Spectrum Gaming Group is a gaming research and professional services group working in every area of the gaming industry from research to regulation. It works with governments, investors and gaming operators worldwide