D.C. Lottery’s Final Regulations Allow Operators To Set Their Own Bet Limits
by Jill R. Dorson
Sports betting operators in Washington, D.C. will be able to set their own bet limits and the two-block exclusion zone around pro sports facilities has been better defined. Those are two key changes the Office of the Lottery and Charitable Games made to its proposed rules in response to concerns from stakeholders.
U.S. casino giants bet on Japan, raising addiction fears
by Dave Hueston
Since the enactment of a law in July 2018 allowing legalized casinos to open in Japan, large-scale resort operators from the United States have been boosting their promotional activities to enter the fray of Japan’s budding casino market.
The empire of Caesars appears destined to be turned away from Asia again. In the wake of Eldorado Resorts’ US$17.8 billion takeover, Caesars has ended its pursuit of a Japan integrated resort license and , industry analysts believe, may abandon its casino resort under construction in South Korea. However, the merger isn’t slated to close until the first half of next year, and until then, Caesars continues to seek its long sought foothold in Asian gaming.