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Soccer offers at bet365

31 January 2015
The action gets underway with the North London derby as Arsenal head to White Hart Lane to take on Tottenham in Saturday's early kick-off.

Baltimore casinos can reduce slots

30 January 2015
Maryland Live! and Horseshoe Casino secure approval to decrease slot numbers and increase table games.

Packer's casino plan put to rest by new Sri Lanka government

30 January 2015
Sri Lanka's new President Maithripala Sirisena has put an end to three proposed casinos, including James Packer's $400 million project.

New Orleans Mayor signs smoking ban into law

30 January 2015
New Orleans Mayor has signed a smoking ban into law today.

Revel gets break on property tax

30 January 2015
Revel reaches property-tax reduction agreement with Atlantic City.

Las Vegas welcomes Year of the Yang with cultural festivities and celebrations

30 January 2015
Chinese New Year celebrations welcome the Year of the Yang, honoring the Goat, Sheep and Ram.

ApolloBet to exhibit at LAC

30 January 2015
ApolloBet, the UK-based iGaming operator behind the online sportsbook and casino brand, has announced that the company will exhibit at the London Affiliate Conference (LAC) between 31st January and 3rd February 2015. The ApolloBet team will be exhibiting at the LAC stand of Income Access, the technology and digital marketing company whose platform powers ApolloBet’s new affiliate programme.

Income Access presenting at both LAC and ICe

30 January 2015
Income Access executives will be presenting at the two conferences, where the company will also be providing demonstrations of its acquisition-tracking software, including the recently launched mobile app-tracking solution.

Griddle Cafe at SLS Las Vegas will close

30 January 2015
The restaurant, best known for its oversized breakfast items, will be replaced by a 24-hour Las Vegas-style coffee shop.

One-time charge hurts Penn National fourth quarter results

30 January 2015
Penn National said its net loss of $250.4 million for the quarter that ended Dec. 31 was primarily due to a $316.5 million non-cash charge.

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