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Bicol, Philippines Police Detain More Than 2,700 Individuals in Illegal Gambling Crackdown

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Bicol police nab thousands in fight against illegal gambling in the region, vows to intensify crackdown
The Philippine National Police in the Bicol (PNP Bicol) region nabbed as many as 2,701 individuals on illegal gambling charges during the first three quarters of the year, the Police Regional Office 5 (PRO5) said in a statement from earlier today. The announcement arrives at a time when the country’s gambling regulator, PAGCOR, is stepping up efforts to crack down on illegal gambling operations, particularly ones conducted via the Internet.
According to PNP-Bicol spokesperson Chief Inspector Maria Luisa Calubaquib, the multiple operations conducted in the period between January and September resulted in a total of 787 cases being filed in court. In addition, police seized PHP404,846 in cash that had been wagered illegally. Ms. Calubaquib also pointed out in a statement from earlier today that local police will intensify its crackdown on illegal gambling in the region.
The PRO5 called for the “continuous cooperation and support” of the local community as well as of gambling industry and other stakeholders in police’s fight against the illegal provision of gambling. Ms. Calubaquib stressed that efforts will be stepped up as illegal gambling activities are considered a social menace and a tool for corruption and other illegal activities as well as for people’s “disregard of the value of dignified work, perseverance, and thrift”.
Bicol is a region in the Philippines that includes the southern portion of the Luzon Island and nearby provinces. According to information from local police, as many as 493 individuals were arrested in Albay, 384 in Camarines Norte, 748 in Camarines Sur, 140 in Catanduanes, 301 in Masbate, 578 in Sorsogon, and 57 in Naga City over the period between January and September.
PAGCOR Steps Its Game Against Illegal Online Gambling
News about Bicol cracking down on illegal gambling operations came shortly after PAGCOR, the Philippines gambling regulator, revealed that during the first nine months of the year, it raided 170 establishments believed to have been providing illegal online gambling services.
Only entities holding Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators licenses are allowed to provide gambling services from within the country. And these are only allowed to target customers located outside the Philippines.
The raided businesses operated without being authorized to do so. They were found to have been servicing customers from various Asia-Pacific countries, most notably from China. During the raids, PAGCOR and the government-run agencies it has been working jointly with over the past several years to crack down on illegal gambling that foreign citizens had worked for the illegal online gambling businesses without the necessary immigration and labor papers.
PAGCOR vowed to punish all businesses operating without the necessary licenses. As for the individuals apprehended during the raids, they all face charges or deportation, the regulator clarified.
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Southland Racetrack Backs Arkansas Casino, Betting Expansion Effort

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Proposed casino expansion expected to save the racetrack $86 million in taxes during first three years
Owners of the Southland Park Gaming & Racing greyhound racetrack in West Memphis have poured $50,000 into the ongoing campaign for casino expansion in Arkansas, local news outlet the Arkansas Times reports.
The campaign is carried out by the Driving Arkansas Forward group and proposes an amendment to the state’s Constitution to allow for the addition of casino-style gaming at the Southland and Oaklawn Park racetracks and for the construction of two new casinos in the Pope and Jefferson Counties. Said amendment is set to appear on the November 6 ballot as Issue 4.
Donating $50,000 to the initiative, the Southland racetrack has officially stated its support for the proposed casino gaming expansion in the state. Indian gaming corporations have so far been the main donors of Driving Arkansas Forward, the Arkansas Times notes in an opinion piece from this weekend.
According to the news outlet, the financial and other benefits Southland will reap from the potential addition of casino gaming at the existing racetrack have been what has encouraged the property’s owners to back Issue 4.
If the proposed amendment gains the necessary support, it will reduce the tax rate on the Oaklawn Park and Southland racetracks from 18% on annual net gaming revenue to 13%. This would result in a combined annual tax cut of $36 million at the two properties at each of the next two financial years and nearly $14 million in year three.
The amendment also proposes the legalization of sports betting, following the mid-May move of the US Supreme Court to strike down a long-standing federal ban on wagering on professional and amateur sporting events.
Last but not least, the amendment, if approved by state voters on November 6, will allow for the addition of Las Vegas-style casino gambling options at the two properties. Diversification and expansion of Southland’s current offering could save the racetrack. As mentioned earlier, it features dog races. However, the activity has been gaining less and less interest, has been condemned by different humane groups, and has been banned in multiple states. So, it might be a just a matter of time that similar actions are taken in Arkansas, as well.
Issue 4 to Bring $6-Billion Increase in Economic Activity
According to a recent study commissioned by Driving Arkansas Forward and compiled by the Arkansas Economic Development Institute, the proposed gambling expansion in the state would result in an increase of $5.8 billion in economic activity over the next decade and would create 6,000 new jobs.
Despite the economic benefits promised, the amendment has gained quite some opposition over the past several months. Most recently, a group opposing the proposed gambling expansion has filed a lawsuit against Secretary of State Mark Martin, contending that the amendment’s popular name and ballot title are misleading and omit information that could create significant confusion for voters at the November 6 ballot.
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Virginia Family Organization Condemns Bristol Casino Proposal

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Casino plan promises $1.5 billion in contributions for Southwest Virginia
A prominent Virginia family foundation formally opposed the proposed construction of a $150-million casino resort in the city of Bristol. Casino-style gambling is currently prohibited in the state, and the group has historically opposed any attempts for gambling expansion over the years.
In an emailed statement to local news outlet the Bristol Herald Courier, Victoria Cobb, President of The Family Foundation of Virginia, said that the organization is condemning the proposed project and all other efforts that involve expansion of gambling in the state.
Back in September, local businessmen Jim McGlothlin and Clyde Stacy announced plans to convert the vacant Bristol Mall into a resort that will feature a casino, hotel, and conference center, among other facilities.
In a letter to the Bristol Herald Courier from earlier this week, Ms. Cobb said a casino in Bristol will only bring “addiction, poverty, higher crime, prostitution, sex trafficking, drugs, diminished poverty values, etc.”
The letter went on to read that with a debt of $125 million and a declining population, the city has become “the perfect prey” for the two businessmen.
Last month, the Bristol City Council voted to give its support to the project, if the Virginia General Assembly amends the state’s current gambling laws to allow casino-style gambling.
Response from Developers
In a written statement, the team behind the Bristol Resort and Casino plan said that the property will create multiple jobs and much-needed revenue for the city and will annually bring millions of tourists.
Developers said that the resort will generate more than 5,200 “good jobs” within the first seven years of operation. In previous comments on the anticipated benefits from the construction of the property, it has been pointed out that it is expected to generate $26.8 million in annual tax revenue for the host community. The economic impact for the Southwest Virginia region is expected to reach $1.5 billion by year seven of the casino resort’s operation.
The team behind the scheme said earlier this week that they are well aware of the fact that the opening of casino may result in an increase in crime due to high volume of visitors the venue is expected to handle. However, it pointed out that the gaming facility will only represent a tiny portion of the whole resort and that it will be located in a separate building where it could not be accessed by children.
Casino promoters also said that they will police diligently issues involving drug use or prostitution and will provide people suffering from or at risk of developing gambling addiction with counseling services.
As mentioned earlier, it is now up to the Virginia Legislature to decide whether casino-style gambling should be authorized on the state’s territory. Lawmakers have struck down previous gambling expansion efforts, but the major economic impact the Bristol project promises could change their minds this time. Legislators are set to convene for their next session in January.
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Czech Gambling Group SAZKA Shelves London IPO Plans in Nightmare Week for LSE

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A nightmare week for the London Stock Exchange continues as SAZKA Group puts listing on ice due to market volatility
Czech lottery and betting operator SAZKA Group has iced plans to float on the London Stock Exchange, citing market’s volatility as the reason behind its decision. The announcement arrived as the latest of a round of bad news for the stock exchange.
SAZKA first announced its flotation intentions last fall. The group hired Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, and J.P. Morgan Cazenove as global coordinators. The company reportedly planned to use its London listing to spearhead its bid for UK’s National Lottery license. Local lottery group Camelot currently holds said license, but it is set to change hands in 2023. The UK Gambling Commission is expected to commence preparations for the bidding process at some point in 2019.
SAZKA said in a statement to the Press Association that the “volatile market environment” and a number of other uncertainties were the reasons behind its decision to put its London flotation on hold. News about SAZKA’s IPO derailing emerged just as Aston Martin marked a horrific debut in London, closing nearly £1 below its float price on its first day on the London Stock Exchange.
The Czech lottery group added in its statement that IPO plans could be revived once market conditions improve and “there is greater clarity over these and other uncertainties”.
SAZKA was not the only major European gambling company to have recently considered London listing. UK online sports betting giant Sky Betting & Gaming indicated such plans early this year. However, it had to shelve these as it agreed to be acquired by Canada’s The Stars Group in April. The deal is set to create the largest publicly traded online gambling company.
Growth through Major Acquisitions
SAZKA is one of Europe’s biggest gambling groups. Companies the group owns stakes in annually take more than €16 billion in bets, according to official financial statistics. Aside from its domestic Czech market, SAZKA also operates in Italy, Austria, Croatia, Greece, and Cyprus.
Most recently, the company acquired a controlling stake in Croatia’s largest land-based and online sports betting operator SuperSport. The deal included the possibility for the Czech group to increase its shareholding to 100% in the coming years. Earlier this year, SAZKA also extended its shareholding in Casinos Austria to 34% through a subsidiary.
In 2016, the Czech gambling group purchased a 32.5% stake in Italian lottery operator Lottoitalia. In addition, SAZKA also owns a 72% stake in a fund that owns a controlling stake in Greek betting and lottery giant OPAP.
Group CEO Robert Chvatal has previously said that the Czech group has been considering different options to support its growth in future, and an IPO, product innovations, customer experience in the online sector and geographical expansion have been among the options considered.
SAZKA recorded revenue growth of 177% last year as a result from the consolidation of OPAP’s operations. The company reported revenue of €1.13 billion for the entire 2017, while earnings rose 165% to €353.4 million and after-tax profit jumped 105% to €189.5 million.
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West Virginia’s Wheeling Island Casino Targets Fall Opening of Sportsbook

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Wheeling Island Casino targets fall launch of sports betting, football season on property’s radar
Legal sports betting is almost ready to arrive at Wheeling Island Hotel Casino Racetrack in Wheeling, West Virginia, although an official date for the launch of the property’s sportsbook is yet to be announced.
The gambling venue’s parent company, Delaware North, announced earlier this week an important step toward the eventual commencement of sports betting operations. The gaming and hospitality company revealed it has joined forces with Nevada-based mobile betting technology provider Miomni Gaming to jointly manage a turnkey omni-channel solution at the Wheeling Island Casino’s sportsbook as well as Delaware North’s other West Virginia property, Mardi Gras Casino & Resort in Cross Lanes.
The two hotel and casino resorts were expected to go live with brick-and-mortar wagering services by the end of September, but their parent company informed the West Virginia Lottery Commission late last month that the launch would be delayed due to unspecified reasons.
In comments to local news outlets, Wheeling Island Casino President and General Manager Kim Florence said this week that they are targeting a fall opening of the sports betting facility and that the ongoing football season is on their radar.
Of their partnership with Miomni, Ms. Florence said that they have completed a very helpful step and that they rely heavily on the gaming and betting service provider for “a lot of recommendations in terms of how to set up [their] sportsbook”.
The Wheeling Island Casino President further pointed out that they really want to make sure that their sportsbook is 100% ready and that they are offering the best experience possible to their customers.
Lottery Commission Rejects Integrity Fee Proposal
As Wheeling Island Casino and its sister property Mardi Gras Casino are getting closer to launching sports betting, the West Virginia Lottery Commission has made important decisions in relation to the regulation of the state’s nascent wagering market.
Earlier this, week the regulatory body reviewed and voted on 18 proposed changes to the current rules under which sports betting services are provided. Most remarkably, commissioners rejected a proposal spearheaded by professional sports leagues for the latter to receive a portion of what the state generates from sports betting in the form of the so-called integrity fee.
Sports leagues have been pushing for the implementation of an integrity fee in all states where sports betting has been legalized since the mid-May SCOTUS ruling that struck down a long-standing ban on wagering on professional and amateur sporting events. However, none of these states have moved to introduce such fee.
West Virginia legalized sports betting in March and went live with legal sports betting in late April. At present, two of the state’s gambling venues are offering wagering services at physical sportsbooks. Mobile betting is expected to be launched later this fall. During its Wednesday meeting, the Lottery Commission approved rule changes that would allow West Virginia bettors to check their mobile betting accounts while in other states. However, they will only be able to place bets while on the territory of West Virginia.
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MGM Bid to Centralize Lawsuits against October 1 Shooting Victims Fails

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Company rejects claims that it should be held liable for “deaths, injuries, and emotional distress” resulting from the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history
A federal judges panel denied on Wednesday a request by MGM Resorts International to centralize a number of lawsuits filed by the Las Vegas casino and hospitality company in the months after last year’s Route 91 Harvest music festival mass shooting.
On the night of October 1, 2017, a lone gunman opened fire into a crowd of more than 22,000 concert-goers attending the Route 91 Harvest country music festival from his suite on the 32nd floor of MGM-owned Mandalay Bay. As many as 58 people were killed in the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history and thousands were wounded.
Multiple surviving victims of the incident and families of many of those who were killed filed lawsuits or threatened to file lawsuits against MGM in the aftermath of the shooting. They all accused the gambling giant of negligence and failure to implement the necessary safety measures during the music festival.
On July 13, MGM filed lawsuits in several states, including Nevada and California, against the victims suing the company, arguing against claims that it was responsible for “deaths, injuries, and emotional distress resulting” from the deadly attack and that it did not owe anything to the victims as it was protected by a federal law that took effect after 9/11.
MGM’s Lawsuits Explained
The company filed a total of nine lawsuits back in July, collectively suing the victims of the shooting and the families of slain victims. The company’s actions have caused a wave of protests and fiery comments across social media, to which it has responded with the explanation that it only wanted to avoid lengthy and costly litigation and that it was not seeking compensation.
MGM has also pointed out that it believed it was protected from liability under the 2002 Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies (SAFETY) Act, which was enforced after 9/11. Following the coordinated terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, the private sector became extremely cautious when deploying security technologies as a result from the huge liability risks that involved. The SAFETY Act aimed to encourage businesses to deploy anti-terror technologies.
MGM has explained that the Route 91 Harvest security services were provided by Contemporary Services Corporation, which had been certified by US Department of Homeland Security. Companies certified by the department to provide protection against and to respond to acts of mass destruction and injury are generally protected from liability under the SAFETY Act.
However, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department did not identify motives for the mass shooting during its investigation and also did not bill the attack as an act of terrorism, which raises multiple questions about the validity of MGM’s claims.
The Las Vegas company filed a request last month to have all nine lawsuits centralized. Last week, a panel heard its arguments at a hearing in San Fransisco. As mentioned earlier, a panel of federal judges has decided against the request. MGM said in a Wednesday statement that it will pursue legal action in the courts where it has previously filed its lawsuits.
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MGA Spills Details on Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Sandbox Framework during Inaugural Delta Summit

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“The MGA’s strategic mission is to be at the forefront of gaming regulation whilst embracing innovation”, says newly appointed MGA Chief Executive Officer Heathcliff Farrugia
The Malta Gaming Authority released today information about its recently introduced Sandbox Framework for the acceptance and broader adoption of Virtual Financial Assets and Virtual Tokens (cryptocurrencies) and Innovative Technology Arrangements (ITAs) as part of the island nation’s strategy to become a leading blockchain and virtual currency hub.
The local gambling regulator shed new details about its updated approach toward cryptocurrencies and the technology powering those during the inaugural edition of Delta Summit. The brand-new conference is currently taking place at the Intercontinental Arena Conference Centre in St. Julian’s, Malta and aims to promote blockchain technology and other technology innovations that can be successfully implemented in the gambling and financial sectors.
The MGA said in a press release on its official website that its Sandbox Framework, which was approved by Maltese lawmakers earlier this year, will roll out in two phases. The first phase will begin on January 1, 2019 and will involve the regulatory body accepting applications for the use of DLT (Distributed Ledger Technology) assets (that is Virtual Financial Assets and Virtual Tokens) as a payment method. The second phase will involve the extension of the Sandbox Framework so that it accepts applications for the use of ITAs within important technical equipment of MGA licensees.
Commenting on the latest developments within Malta’s Sandbox Framework initiative, MGA Chief Executive Heathcliff Farrugia said during the ongoing Delta Summit:
The MGA’s strategic mission is to be at the forefront of gaming regulation whilst embracing innovation. This, coupled with the rapid rise in interest from gaming operators to incorporate VFAs and DLT into their operations, were the main drivers behind the proactive approach taken by the Authority to issue a Sandbox Framework for the use of these technologies within a controlled regulatory environment.
What’s Next for the Sandbox Framework?
The MGA said in its press release that the framework has been crafted as a live document which means that feedback from interested parties is welcome and that the framework will be subject to potential updates over its duration. The regulator further pointed out that the framework will run through the end of October 2019 and that it could be partially or wholly extended.
News about the MGA’s plans to run a sandbox test environment to determine the benefits and risks of the use of cryptocurrencies and the technology within Malta’s gambling industry behind those first emerged last September. The initiative will mostly focus on established virtual currencies but operator-generated tokens will, too, be evaluated, it has also become clear.
The launch of the sandbox test arrives shortly after Malta implemented its new Gaming Act. The legislative piece includes provisions that scrap and simplify the nation’s previous system for issuing licenses to interested gambling companies. Instead of multiple licenses, the MGA now grants two categories of licenses – for B2B operations and B2C operations. The enforcement of the updated Gaming Act is part of Malta’s strategy to further cement its reputation as a preferred online gambling and innovative technology destination.
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FTC Approves Penn National Gaming’s $2.8-Billion Acquisition of Fellow Casino Company

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Companies should divest casino assets in three Midwestern cities over competition concerns
The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) approved earlier this week Penn National Gaming’s previously announced purchase of fellow casino operator Pinnacle Entertainment in a deal valued at $2.8 billion. However, the two companies are now required by the FTC to divest casino assets in three Midwestern cities within ten days after the completion of the acquisition deal.
The FTC said in a statement from Monday that it believes the merger of the two major companies would have a negative impact on competition for casino gambling services in the cities of St. Louis, Missouri; Kansas City, Missouri; and Cincinnati, Ohio. As a result the merged company will have to divest its casino assets in the three cities to fellow gaming and hospitality operator Boyd Gaming.
Pinnacle has previously agreed to sell four properties to Boyd Gaming. The latter will pay $575 million in cash for the casinos.
Following the FTC’s approval, Penn National Gaming said that it expects to complete the acquisition of Pinnacle early in the fourth quarter of the year. The deal has received the necessary approvals from 13 gambling regulators. It was also overwhelmingly approved earlier this year by both Penn National Gaming and Pinnacle shareholders.
A Flurry of Consolidation Deals
News about Penn National Gaming securing approval from the FTC arrived just as rival operator Eldorado Resorts completed the acquisition of Tropicana Entertainment amid a wave of consolidation in the US land-based casino sector.
Penn National Gaming and Pinnacle first announced their plans to merge their operations in a deal valued at around $2.8 billion last winter. The transaction is expected to create a behemoth casino gaming company with approximately 53,500 slot machines, 1,300 table games, and 8,300 hotel rooms in a number of jurisdictions across the United States.
After the deal’s completion, Penn National Gaming will own 78% of the combined entity, while Pinnacle will own the remaining 22% stake. The consolidation is expected to create around $100 million in annual cost savings and to add to Penn National Gaming’s free cash flow during the first year.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. also jumped on the consolidation bandwagon shortly after it emerged from a lengthy bankruptcy case last fall. The company announced that it would buy Indiana-based gaming company Centaur Holdings in a deal valued at $1.7 billion. The transaction was completed this past July and saw Caesars add Centaur’s Hoosier Racing and Casino and Indiana Grand Racing and Casino properties to its portfolio and thus extend its footprint in the lucrative Indiana gaming market.
The likes of Penn National Gaming, Eldorado Resorts, and Caesars (as well as the companies they have recently combined with or are to combine with in the coming weeks/months) have been driven by fairly similar reasons to undertake consolidation moves. Growing competition in the sector, the legalization of casino gambling in several states over the past several years, and the impact of online gambling on land-based casinos have been some such reasons for the wave of M&A deals in the space.
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Vegas Mobile Casino partners with NetEnt Live Casino

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Vegas Mobile Casino partners with NetEnt Live Casino
Vegas Mobile Casino integrates NetEnt Live Casino games on its mobile casino lobby
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Cloud Casino launched on Galaxy Affiliates

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