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Next editions of ICE London and iGB Affiliate London will now open in June 2021 at ExCeL London in the United Kingdom, Clarion Gaming confirmed, announcing new dates for the two popular events.
The opening of the Jeju Dream Tower, a brand-new Integrated Resort (IR) casino which is currently under construction South Korea’s island of Jeju, has reportedly been pushed back by around a couple
BetMGM and the Vegas Stats & Information Network (VSiN) made a joint effort to broadcast the first live sports betting show from a National Football League (NFL) stadium on Sunday, September 20
The first nuclear power plant in UAE has been successfully launched in Barakah, Abu Dhabi. The nuclear plant has been built by a consortium led by the Korea Electric Power Corporation.
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Ukrainian lawmakers have finally approved a measure that has been designed to legalize a broad range of gambling activities, including highly-controversial online and mobile betting, across the eastern European nation.
Marbella, Spain-headquartered real-money game production firm Spearhead Studios has announced the release of the second “Super July” slot game titled “Royal Crown,” which has been designed and produced keeping lovers of classic fruit slots in mind
The high-revenue generating casino hub Macau suffered a steep year-on-year decline in its gaming revenue during the month of June as the COVID-19 pandemic-caused travel restrictions and strict quarantines continued to discourage gaming enthusiasts
Emirates Airlines has announced its flight plans for 29 cities with majority of flights for destinations in Europe and Asia.
Okada Manila Integrated Casino Resort has been reportedly preparing to lay-off more than 1,000 workers due to adverse business conditions caused by the continuing corona virus pandemic-induced shutdown.