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Are Mobile Apps the Future of the Online Casino Industry?

Ever since smartphones entered our lives, they have transformed our daily routine. We use them to communicate, check our emails on the way to work, navigate our cities, and even for entertainment. Could they also prove the k…

See more on December 24, 2019


As online gambling keeps getting popular, it is good to know that as far as players from New Zealand are concerned, they can pay using NZ dollars. You can locate several online casinos that allow you to make payments in NZ d…

See more on December 20, 2019

Should you play at a Land-based or Online Casino?

Casinos keep closing down in Las Vegas. Some turn into hotels and night clubs while others are ever-changing their management. As online casinos grow in popularity worldwide, land-based casinos will continue struggling to fi…

See more on December 18, 2019

The Spanish gambling market has been growing the last couple of years

For the past five years, Spain has shown strong growth in the iGaming segment, with the numbers pointing at a 274 percent increase since 2014. In pure numbers, the growth translated into estimated €439.1 million as of Q1 201…

See more on December 16, 2019

Atlantic City may oust their new mayor for the gambling market

The Atlantic City has been a powder keg for the last couple of years. The politics, as well as business, are extremely intertwined in this city considering just how much investment has been garnered in the gaming industry. B…

See more on December 10, 2019

New York will consider providing financial assistance to its commercial casinos

Serious talks have begun in the city of New York about potentially bailing commercial casinos out of the debts they’ve racked up over the years trying to compete with their tribal contemporaries. The New York State Gaming Co…

See more on November 5, 2019

Virginia tribe to purchase land for a future casino resort

The city council of Norfolk, which is the second-largest city in Virginia has concluded an agreement with the Pamunkey Indian Tribe to open a casino resort on a 13.25-acre land in which the city will be selling to the tribe …

See more on September 30, 2019

How Have Casinos Updated Themselves for a Digital Age?

Despite the fact that the past ten years have seen us essentially migrate online as a population, some pillars of tradition have remained. Indeed, everything from seeing doctors to touring colleges, viewing houses to communi…

See more on September 27, 2019

Why People Love Playing Casino Slots and Games

Many people see casinos as adult playgrounds. Various gamblers are seeking to get the upper hand as they battle the odds, hoping to get cash prizes. This uncertainty presents many gamers with losing streaks and hard-earned v…

See more on August 30, 2019

Online casinos in the USA begin to grow

The USA has had a strange relationship with gambling for quite some time. While Las Vegas and various dog tracks have been safe havens for gamblers for over a hundred years in some locations, the country as a whole takes a m…

See more on July 31, 2019

Gambling Advertising Under Attack in Sweden

For years, European gambling regulators have been waging war against gambling concerns that use aggressive marketing tactics in pursuit of new customers. The primary issue regulators have with such activity is the most vulne…

See more on May 1, 2019

Playtech Unveil New Casino Gamification

According to European Gaming, Playtech unveiled a new concept to cement their place as a leader on the casino scene in the UK at the ICE 2019 in February. The company, also known as PBS (Playtech BGT Sports) is launching Le…

See more on March 26, 2019


A new Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is supposed to open in fall 2019. It will be located in the Northern area of California, at Fire Mountain. This will join the 184 cafes, 27 hotels and 12 casinos already existing, opened by the…

See more on February 19, 2019