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The Star Sydney Hotel & Casino signs new 20-year tax agreement with EGM exclusivity

The Star Sydney Hotel & Casino signs new 20-year tax agreement with EGM exclusivity

Australian gambling and entertainment giant “The Star Entertainment Group Ltd” has confirmed that it has signed a 20-year arrangement that will enable The Star Sydney Hotel & Casino to pay a flat 29 percent tax on all revenues from its mass-market gaming tables for the next twenty years.

Macau Gambling King Stanley Ho passes away aged 98

Macau Gambling King Stanley Ho passes away aged 98

Stanley Ho, the godfather of Macau gambling who transformed the island from a remote place into the “Las Vegas of Asia,” passed away at age of 98.

Nevada Gaming Watchdog forces Casinos to submit their reopening plans

Nevada gaming watchdog forces casinos to submit their reopening plans

As casinos and other gaming venues are itching to reopen after the prolonged corona virus-induced shutdown, the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) is forcing them to submit their reopening plans before resuming operations.

American Sports Betting Industry celebrates Second Anniversary of PASPA abolition

American Sports Betting Industry celebrates Second Anniversary of PASPA abolition

The United States Sports Betting Industry is commemorating the second anniversary of abolition of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), which was repealed by the Supreme Court on May 14, 2018.

Hard Rock International acquires all rights to Las Vegas Hard Rock Casinos

Hard Rock International acquires all rights to Las Vegas Hard Rock Casinos

Florida’s Hard Rock International confirmed on Wednesday that it had acquired all rights to the Hard Rock casinos as well as the brand’s related trademarks in the city of Las Vegas.

Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade – a glitzy and glamorous “political march”

Lesbian Mardi Gras ParadeThe Australian annual ‘Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade’ on Saturday witnessed tens and thousands of people dancing and carousing their way through the streets of Sydney – some attired in classy costumes; while others ‘clothed’ merely in body paint and barest-minimum leaves.

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