Greenwood Gaming & Entertainment won a license to operate a mini-casino in Pennsylvania with an $8.11 million bid. Sands Bethworks Gaming offered a higher bid but did not keep the license because its proposed location was problematic.
International Game Technology is backing the nonprofit All-in Diversity Project to support inclusion and diversity in the gaming world. "Understanding where we are today will inform what we need to do to move the bar and make a lasting impact," IGT's Kim Barker Lee said.
The Oswego Village Board in Illinois is allowing the Fox Valley Winery to offer video gaming. The business also may extend its hours and can off small-plate food items alongside its wine tastings.
Wild Rose Casinos and Resorts in Iowa is holding its own despite more riverboat casinos moving onto land nearby. The casino hosts 12 table games and 554 slot machines and offers experiences like concerts to inspire loyalty in locals and draw in visitors, according to General Manager Steve Nauman.
Play'n GO and Mr Green Casino have joined forces to create the new Wild West-themed "Golden Colts" online slots game. "The title showcases the unique features and bonus games for which Play'n GO is known, and we hope to build on this innovative process with further partnerships in future," Mr Green Casino's Ben McDonagh said.
The VIP gaming sector at Crown Melbourne in Australia increased 37.5% in the six months leading up to December. The boost is thanks in large part to the return of foreign high-rollers, many from Asia.
Gamblica is entering the blockchain world on March 1 with 80 million GMBC tokens for sale. The gaming platform will roll out the same amount during four more sale stages and plans to open an alpha version of its casino in June.
Online poker rooms in New Jersey hit an all-time revenue low for January, falling to $1.95 million. Meanwhile, virtual slots and other online casino games hit more than $20 million during the month.
LongRunn International Group has reportedly set its sights on Yeongjong Island in South Korea for a new casino resort. The company has purchased an 818,000-square-foot property in the area for its $4 billion Diamond City project, which will include a casino, hotel, mall, theme parks, schools and residential units.
Endorphina has launched a digital five-reel slot game called "Little Panda" at online operators like Videoslots Casino. The title allows opportunities to double winnings with additional betting during base play and special bonus rounds.
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