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$30M Heist Thieves Presumably Have Plan to Launder Money That Doesn’t Involve Casinos

The $30 million heist carried out by professional thieves over the Easter weekend likely had a subsequent plan to wash the dirty money. The GardaWorld warehouse in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Sylmar where an estimated $30 million was stolen. Security experts think the skilled thieves have a plan in place to wash the money

From Classic Slots to Megaways: Exploring the Variety on Online Slot Websites

The world of online slots is a dazzling tapestry of themes, symbols, and innovative mechanics that cater to every preference and playstyle. From nostalgic classic slots that hark back to the one-armed bandits of yesteryear to the contemporary Megaways™ system that has revolutionized win potential, there is an astonishing array of options available. In this
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Pennsylvania Fines Two Online Gaming Licensees for Prohibited Operations

Two sportsbooks in Pennsylvania were fined last week for allowing prohibited bets on their online gaming platforms. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has handed down $20K in fines for regulatory violations. The culprits were DraftKings and Betway. (Image: PGCB) The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) fined DraftKings and Betway for allowing a banned service and
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Another iGaming Study Concludes Online Gaming Complements Brick-and-Mortar

An iGaming study commissioned by the Sports Betting Alliance (SBA) has reached similar conclusions as another recent study that online casinos complement — not hurt — brick-and-mortar casinos. A billboard advertising the Borgata Online Casino is seen near the Ben Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia. A new study concludes that legal iGaming only helps brick-and-mortar casinos.