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Vegas casinos back at it again with mask mandates
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Vegas casinos back at it again with mask mandates

Vaccinated or not, some casinos in Vegas are requiring employees to mask up yet again due to a recommendation from Southern Nevada Health District. Some are complying, while others refuse this retrogress. Officials state that the vaccine is the most important and effective step people can take to protect themselves and others from COVID-19. Perhaps it’s not quite as effective since there’s now a need for this backslide. 

Dream Hotel Casino Las Vegas | Plans and Progress
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Dream Hotel Casino Las Vegas | Plans and Progress

There are never too many casinos in a place like Las Vegas. In fact, there is now more demand being that some Covid-related restrictions have been lifted, and gamblers are taking advantage of real-life gambling like never before. With that said, Vegas finally welcomes plans for a 450-room luxury lifestyle hotel on the Las Vegas Strip that is expected to open its doors by 2023.

Southern California casinos are struggling to find workers | $1,500 incentives
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Southern California casinos are struggling to find workers | $1,500 incentives

Before the pandemic got serious in the US, many people were afraid they would struggle to keep a roof over their heads due to the coronavirus outbreak job losses. Surprisingly enough, this April at least 230 talent executives reported overwhelming labor shortages in facilities that were shut down during the COVID-19 lockdown. The businesses are picking back up, but are facing an unusual problem - owners are having trouble filling the positions. California casinos come up with creative ways to lure in new employees, offering generous bribes to those willing to work at their facilities.

Massachusetts state representatives approve bill to legalize sports betting
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Massachusetts state representatives approve bill to legalize sports betting

After a lengthy back and forth battle of bringing sports betting to Massachusetts, the House finally approved a bill on Thursday in hopes to get it all moving and established as quickly as possible. However, the question of betting on college sports is yet to reach a final decision between the House and the Senate. Professional sports, esports, video games, and car racing will be available for anyone over 21 if all goes well. 

Marina Bay Sands in Singapore closed until August due to COVID-19 alerts
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Marina Bay Sands in Singapore closed until August due to COVID-19 alerts

Marina Bay Sands representatives call the new set of changes and regulations from the government “A New Normal” as they are closing down the casino section once again due to COVID-19 related issues. Phase 2 (heightened alert) triggered by the virus prompted the officials in Singapore to limit social gatherings to a maximum of 2 individuals and for all dining-in and F&B establishments to be closed again until August 2021. 

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Cashless gaming now available at Hollywood Columbus casino | Ohio

Hollywood Columbus casino is among the first gambling facilities in the US (and first in the state) now offering cashless gaming in place of cash and plastic card payments. This new integrated aspect is bound to bring more business to the company, as this particular technology is slowly becoming prominent among modern operators. All guests have to do is bring a mobile device, download the app, and enjoy the beautiful world of cashless gaming.

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University of Denver research | Covid-19 Lotteries do not work

As expected by millions - Vaccine Lotteries showed to be unsurprisingly ineffective. Not only has this been reported by individual states, but a research from the University of Denver brought in numbers to clear up the statistics. Andrew I. Friedson, an associate professor of economics at the University of Colorado presents reasons and speculations for vaccine lottery failures. “Guaranteed outcome may be one of them”.

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The harsh toll on US casinos due to pandemic restrictions

The aftermath of an overplayed lockdown has devastated many businesses across the United States, as well as the rest of the world. Millions of establishments were forced to shut down, leaving business owners scrambling and individuals stuck without resources and entertainment. The casino industry also took a massive hit during the pandemic and is still struggling from it by a large.

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Scientific Games & Marker Trax join forces | Cashless Gaming

Cashless solutions are gaining massive success in the gambling industry, especially now that Nevada’s casinos are integrating the technologies into their facilities one by one. Scientific Games Corporation has already become a giant in the distribution of cashless gaming to operators, but as they join forces with Maker Trax, another major payment solutions company, the technology is expected to double in its progression.

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