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Philadelphia gaming board rules proposed stadium complex…

In a 7-0 vote Wednesday, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board ruled that the proposed Live! Hotel & Casino Philadelphia can proceed with plans to build in the heart of the Stadium District in South Philadelphia.

Iowa tribe of oklahoma arm obtains isle of man gaming…

Ioway Internet Gaming Enterprise Limited, an Isle of Man company operated by the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma has reportedly obtained a gaming license in the Isle of Man. Marking the first US tribal operator’s entrance into the United Kingdom’s online gaming market.

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Scientific games corporation funds hurricane michael relief efforts

American lottery and gaming machines innovator, Scientific Games Corporation (SG), has announced that it has donated $100,000 to help the southern state of Florida recover from the devastation wrought by last month’s Hurricane Michael.

Red rake announces new maya slot game

This month, online slot gamers will find that Red Rake Gaming has created a unique new title, set to provide a journey into Ancient Mayan culture. Be guided by the Mayan Queen as she takes you through the beautiful realm of the Mayans, collecting wins during the adventure.

Draftkings signs deal to live-stream euroleague basketball games

Daily fantasy sports operator DraftKings has signed an agreement that will soon see it begin offering customers the ability to view live EuroLeague basketball games utilizing its iOS and Android-enabled mobile app.

Delaware senate passes casino relief package

The Delaware Senate passed Thursday afternoon a bill that would cut the revenue shared annually by the state’s three casinos in a bid to boost the venues that have been struggling with heavy tax burdens amid growing competition from neighboring states and rising operating costs.