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The United States has more casinos than any other country on the planet. There are nearly 300 gambling properties in Las Vegas alone. World Casino News covers the changing casino landscape across the country by highlighting changes in gambling law & legislation, announcing casino proposals, providing project updates as they occur, and reporting on casinos that have been sold or slated for closure along with every other important happening.

While Tribal Gaming has its own section in the punt casinos you will find coverage in this section for all 28 states that have compacts with the tribes as well. Las Vegas and Atlantic City get a lot of coverage here but we also keep you informed about casinos in the heartland and along the Gulf Coast. We followed the upstate New York casinos closely from the siting process to grand openings and will continue to provide financial updates as well as breaking punt casinos when the next round of licensing gets underway. You'll read it here first when New York City welcomes their first full-scale, non-lottery casino.

Circa Sports coming to Illinois via Full House Resorts Incorporated alliance

American sportsbook operator Circa Sports has reportedly announced that it will be entering a fourth state later this year via an alliance with casino developer Full House Resorts Incorporated. According to ...

Caesars Entertainment punt casino casino partner of Chicago White Sox

Following its multi-year agreement with the New York Mets in early April, Nasdaq-listed Caesars Entertainment, Inc. has now entered into a sports betting partnership with another Major League Baseball (MLB) tea...

White Hat Studios expands U.S. footprint via punt casino content deal with Four Winds Michigan casinos

Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians owned Four Winds Casinos and White Hat Studios have entered into an agreement that will see the latter supply its catalog of iGaming titles to the operator's three locations i...

Federal court convicts former Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe leader of bribery

In the eastern American state of Massachusetts and the former leader of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe has reportedly been convicted in federal court on extortion and bribery charges linked to his group’s plan to ...