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UK regulator shows gladitorial muscle with Caesars

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Caesars Entertainment has been ordered to pay a £13m regulatory settlement following a Gambling Commission investigation into its UK casinos.

Caesars enhances Sportsbook offering at venues and online with SG Digital’s Managed Trading Service

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Scientific Games Corporation has announced that SG Digital has rolled out its newly-enhanced Managed Trading Service (MTS) with Caesars Entertainment Corporation in New Jersey and Mississippi. Following a rapid integration of SG Digital’s…

Caesars turns over a new leaf in sports betting with The Book

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Caesars Entertainment has celebrated the launch of The Book at its LINQ Hotel and Casino, a 11,000 sq ft venue designed to “represent the next evolution of sportsbook.” The Las Vegas property, featuring 220 seats and 87 LED monitors, will aim to position sports betting...

JCM Global tees off 19th AGEM/AGA Golf Classic

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The 19th Annual AGEM/AGA Golf Classic presented by JCM Global will commence on April 25 in Cascata, Nevada raising money for NCRG.   JCM Global’s AGEM/AGA Golf Classic will take place on the Cascata course in Boulder City, Nevada with nearly 150 players set to participate. The tournament, which has become known as an “unofficial holiday in the gaming industry” – will...

Creditors given vote on Caesars restructuring plan

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Caesars’ bankrupt operating unit has won permission to submit its restructuring plan to creditors for a vote, setting the stage for a final courtroom showdown early next year between the casino giant and creditors who say they’re being short changed. After waiting nearly a year and a half, creditors of Caesars Entertainment Corp’s (CEC) biggest operating unit, Caesars Entertainment Operating...

Caesars weighs up sale of interactive subsidiary as legal battle intensifies

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Casino giant Caesars Entertainment, which remains embroiled in a bankruptcy battle with the creditors of its operating company (CEOC), is now considering selling its $800m-a-year interactive division to an unknown bidder for more than $4bn.   An affiliate of Caesars Entertainment, one of the largest online and land-based casino companies in the US, is contemplating selling its rapidly growing interactive division...

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