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2021-02-01
The American Gaming Association says some 989 casino properties closed their doors in 2020, while 650,000 staff were idled as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

2017-03-13
Don Garber, the commissioner of Major League Soccer said he is ready to back legalized sports betting in the U.S. if it is properly regulated. The MLS

2015-10-05
The American Gaming Association hit back at the New York Times over an editorial piece written on the need to rein in online fantasy sports gambling,

2015-09-29
American Gaming Association President and CEO Geoff Freeman invited attorneys general, police chiefs and other top law enforcement officials to partne

2015-09-28
The industry’s biggest gaming expo kicked off in Las Vegas, with experts leading discussions on some of the big topics shaping the business, such as

2015-07-14
The outlook for the US gaming industry has been changed to stable from negative, Moody's Investors Service says in a new report. The outlook was chang

2015-07-12
The president of the American Gaming Association says Macau should find its own path to develop its non-gaming industry rather than follow the models

2015-06-24
The NHL announced it is considering expansion, including potentially in Las Vegas, a move that  reflects a progressive view of casino gaming, said th

2015-06-15
The American Gaming Association president and CEO Geoff Freeman will testify at the Internal Revenue Service public hearing on June 17, the AGA announ

2015-06-10
The American Gaming Association has said following the NFL’s cancellation of a fantasy football convention in Las Vegas, that the organization has h

2015-05-02
The American Gaming Association welcomed Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and members of the Diet to Washington as part of the AGA’s bid to play a

2015-04-19
The president of the American Gaming Association said the U.S. casino industry  could provide assistance and experience to Japan once a ban on casino

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