Category Archives: Pennsylvania casinos

MGM may Buy Sands Bethlehem, sources says

By | March 4, 2017

MGM Resorts International could be a potential buyer of Sands Casino-resorts Bethlehem. Sand’s parent company is Las Vegas Sands which is looking to sell the Bethlehem based casino-resort to a potential buyer, however looking at the current scenario some media sources predicting that MGM might take over Sands Bethlehem. If the deal finalizes, MGM will… Read More »

Federal government has granted permission to build Elk Grove casino

By | February 15, 2017

The Indian tribes are ready to build a casino in Elk Grove in a 36acrs of land which is approved by the federal government. The elk Grove casino would be made by Indian Tribe or Wilton Rancheria and its gaming partner from Las Vegas. The chairman of the group announced yesterday that the casino project… Read More »

Twin River looking of opportunity to hire casino dealers from Tiverton area

By | January 19, 2017

Twin River in Tiverton area has started to look at hiring opportunity in the region for their casinos. No ground is even cleared till now but the officials are looking for the opportunity to hire a least 30 new card dealers from the area that they are gonna to need in future. Twin River has… Read More »

A new Casino bill in Georgia expected to hit next week

By | January 18, 2017

A new bill regarding casino-gambling in the state of Georgia is expected to hit next week, when there would a meet of lawmakers. The casino-gambling bill would be a new move to regularize gaming and narrow their focus on fewer casinos in the state. According to media reports, the new gambling bill will be different… Read More »

New venues for casinos in Pennsylvania will take on in 2017

By | December 28, 2016

Casinos have asked Pennsylvania’s lawmakers for an expansion on new venues, while officials of the state are looking to extract more money from 12 casinos of the state. Lawmakers of the state are looking to get more money from casinos operating in the state and that money will be used for public coffers. Senator Kim… Read More »