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Conor McGregor UFC Retirement, Sexual Assault Investigation

Conor McGregor Retires from UFC, Reportedly under investigation for sexual assault

Conor McGregor has had a rather busy week, with the Irishman announcing his retirement from UFC. However, this was overshadowed by reports that emerged the day after his retirement announcement, indicating that the UFC fighter could be under investigation for sexual assault. The reports suggest that sexual assault investigations could be taking place in his […]

Rhode Island Becomes Next State to Legalize Online Sports Betting

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Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo has approved a bill that legalizes online and mobile sports betting throughout the state. This is despite the fact that Rhode Island Republican leaders made threats to ensure that a state-wide referendum takes place over the matter. At this moment, it is unclear as to when the state will see […]

Virginia Governor Signs Senate Gambling Bill

The Virginia Governor has put his signature on an important piece of legislation, the gambling bill. A few days ago, Governor Ralph Northam signed a doorway senate gambling bill. The bill will allow casino operators to start a business in the Old Dominion. This bill, however, is not the be-all and end-all of casino gambling […]

Lottoland Time Zone Error Loses Aussie Player US Mega Millions

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Allegedly, Mr G placed his bet at 11:27, Australian Western Standard Time (AWST), 33 minutes before the time Lottoland had advertised, which was 12:00. Lottoland had failed to accurately convert the time from Eastern Standard Time (EST) in America to AWST. Even though the company made the mistake, they are unlikely to pay the $50 […]

AGA Survey Says Americans Love Betting on NCAA March Madness

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A survey recently published by the American Gaming Association (AGA) suggests that Americans absolutely love betting on college basketball. If the survey is to be believed, a total of 47 million Americans will bet on the NCAA Basketball tournament this year with a total of $8.5 billion being spent on bets. Industry pundits have indicated […]

Kentucky Sports Bill Runs Out of Time for 2019 General Assembly

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Supporters of the Kentucky sports bill have run out of time to pass legislation legalizing sports betting in the General Assembly’s (GA) 2019 session. The bill’s primary sponsor Representative Adam Koenig announced on Tuesday night via Twitter that House Bill 175 won’t receive a vote in Kentucky’s state House of Representatives before this year’s GA […]

Casino Facial Recognition Technology Moving Forward

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Lots of arguments against cameras in and around the casino establishment have been heard and considered for a long time. Yet, gambling sites are moving ahead with the introduction of facial recognition technology on site. The push for human facial detection technology is clear, to track the coming and going of patrons in the casino. […]

Elon Musk’s Company Recommended to Build Transport Tunnels in Vegas

Elon Musk’s Company Recommended to Build Transport Tunnels in Vegas

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) is advocating for Elon Musk’s Company to build underground transportation tunnels. They not only support that the company develop the tunnels but also run them using autonomous electric cars. The tunnel transit system is only planned for the Las Vegas Convention Center, which has over one million […]