Monthly Archives: October 2017

SJM Q3 results increase 0.6%

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October 31, 2017

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Macau-results

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SJM revenue was HK$10,015 million, a 0.6 percent increase. Adjusted EBITDA was HK$726 million, a decrease of 10.4 percent.

Everi grows 3Q revenues 11 percent

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October 31, 2017

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Everi reported net revenues of $247.3 million – an 11 percent jump year-over-year. Operating income was up from $11.6 million to 19.8 million, and adjusted EBITDA grew from $51.6 million to $53.2 million from the prior-year quarter.

Nevada gaming revenue up 3.25 percent in September

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October 31, 2017

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State gaming revenue was up 3.25 percent to $979,859,876 in September. Revenue rose 4.67 percent at casinos on the Las Vegas Strip, while it was up .02 percent in downtown Las Vegas, up 2.7 percent.

Four Winds hosts casino job fair in South Bend

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October 27, 2017

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Maria Catanzarite

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WNDU

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Indian gaming

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http://www.wndu.com/content/news/Four-Winds-hosts-casino-job-fair-in-South-Bend-453160783.html

Four Winds staff are trying to fill every slot before the new South Bend casino opens in 2018. On Wednesday, there was a job fair for security and first responder positions at Union Station in Downtown South Bend… Hampel says every Four Winds employee is eligible for quarterly and annual bonuses. Medical and dental benefits are included. The next job fair for the South Bend casino will be Friday, November 3 at Union Station,

Tribal elder OK with marijuana dispensary

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October 27, 2017

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Toni R. Milano

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Daily Free Press

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Indian gaming

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http://elkodaily.com/news/tribal-elder-ok-with-marijuana-dispensary/article_594cf151-801d-583e-8e1a-4ee2d3a6056c.html

Former Te-Moak Tribal Chairman Felix Ike says he won’t stand in the way of a proposed marijuana dispensary and possible casino on tribal land, but he has many questions. “I don’t object to it,” Ike said, referring to the legalization of marijuana in Nevada. “It’s law, and we have an opportunity – and if it’s followed correctly – to make some revenue for the tribe.”

Tribal elder OK with marijuana dispensary

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October 27, 2017

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Toni R. Milano

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Daily Free Press

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Indian gaming

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http://elkodaily.com/news/tribal-elder-ok-with-marijuana-dispensary/article_594cf151-801d-583e-8e1a-4ee2d3a6056c.html

Former Te-Moak Tribal Chairman Felix Ike says he won’t stand in the way of a proposed marijuana dispensary and possible casino on tribal land, but he has many questions. “I don’t object to it,” Ike said, referring to the legalization of marijuana in Nevada. “It’s law, and we have an opportunity – and if it’s followed correctly – to make some revenue for the tribe.”

BIA allows last casino deal in New Mexico to take effect

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October 27, 2017

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Indianz

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Indian gaming

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https://www.indianz.com/IndianGaming/2017/10/26/bureau-of-indian-affairs-allows-last-cas.asp

It’s official — every tribe in New Mexico is operating under a Class III gaming compact that was neither approved nor outright rejected by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988 envisions situations in which the BIA won’t take a direct stand on a compact between a tribe and a state. In those cases, the compact is considered to be “deemed approved,” to the extent its provisions are consistent with IGRA.

San Diego’s Hollywood Casino granted permanent liquor license

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October 27, 2017

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Karen Pearlman

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San Diego Union-Tribune

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Indian gaming

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http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/communities/east-county/sd-me-jamul-liquor-20171026-story.html

Hollywood Casino in Jamul has been granted a permanent license to serve alcohol at its gaming venue. Despite objections voiced by many Jamul residents, including county Supervisor Dianne Jacob, California Administrative Law Judge Adam Berg issued a ruling Wednesday stating that the casino can serve alcohol. The venue is run by Penn National Gaming in an unincorporated area of the county belonging to the Jamul Indian Village, a 67-member tribe.