Casino News

Our Casino News section is where you will find breaking news and updates on important developments as they unfold. Look to this section to learn what is happening today and beyond with casino proposals, project updates, openings, expansion projects, closures, and even casino cruise ships. We cover the entire world in this section with the latest news front and center. As new articles are published, they take the top positions.

Stay on top exciting new prospects or follow along as controversies bubble up or the tug of wars develop. Often you'll see casino project updates appear in another section as well when lawsuits and litigation rear their heads. And sometimes you can follow a proposal through all of its steps from concept to licensing to the grand opening announcement and celebration. Looking for a topping out ceremony? This is the place!

Most casinos don't last forever. Sometimes they'll move from the river to land, they might be imploded to make room for something fresh and new, or what may have seemed like a great concept just can't make the numbers and closes after a year. Look for breaking and sometimes sad news about casino closures in this section.

Paragon Casino Resort to premiere Louisiana’s first retail sportsbook

In the southern American state of Louisiana and the 530-room Paragon Casino Resort is reportedly set to debut an in-house sportsbook from later today in partnership with prominent sportsbetting operator Betfred...

Caesars Entertainment Incorporated re-enters Japanese casino license race

American casino operator Caesars Entertainment Incorporated has announced that it has joined the consortium looking to win permission to bring a Las Vegas-style development to Japan’s Wakayama Prefecture. Th...

FanDuel Group entering Washington via Suquamish Tribe alliance

American sportsbetting operator FanDuel Group has announced that it is to roll out its retail services for punters in the western state of Washington for the first time via an arrangement with the federally-rec...

Florida gaming compact becomes the subject of a second federal lawsuit

A pair of prominent gambling critics in Florida are reportedly serving as primary backers for a new federal lawsuit that is aiming to stop the southern state from becoming that latest to launch some form of onl...