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Finding Casino Games To Play This Summer

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This summer, you’re probably going to spend a lot of time hanging out with friends and playing video games. On top of all this, you might also be searching for the best casino games to play. After all, it’s summer: the season of gambling!

If you aren’t sure which casino games to try during the warmer months, you’ve come to the right place. This guide has thrown together a top-five list for you to read through and try out.

Firstly, Is It Worth Playing Casino Games Online?

Recently, you might have seen online casinos being advertised a lot on social media. If you’ve never played online before, you’ll no doubt want to know whether it’s worth your time. The short answer is this: if you enjoy gaming or gambling or a combination of the two, online casino games are worth it. Thanks to the level of convenience they afford, many people prefer them over their land-based counterparts; you can play all your favorite casino games from the comfort of your home on your smartphone or computer – simple.

What’s more, in summer, the weather will likely be red hot in the United States. When it’s like this, you don’t want to be stuck inside a sauna-like casino when you could be playing at home on your smartphone instead. As such, it’s likely that many casino fans will stick to the online realm during the hottest months, playing their favorite games in online casinos – and they are in abundance! Google is home to hundreds of online casinos, and it’s very easy to learn how to play online casino for real money if you use the reputable resources at your disposal.

So, now that this question has been covered, here’s the top-five list of casino games you can play both online and in-person at land-based casinos:

1. Roulette

Roulette is the ultimate beginner-friendly game for people alone or in groups. The concept is simple: bet on either red or black and watch the ball spin around to see which color it lands on. Additionally, you can also bet on individual numbers on the roulette table, but the odds are never in your favor when you choose this option. Instead, stick to betting on red or black.

2. Slots

Slot machines are also beginner-friendly, although they’re a little more difficult than the roulette table. This is because slot machines require you to spin various reels as you try and get a matching row of symbols.

When playing slots, try and look for machines with ‘progressive jackpots.’ Progressive jackpots are jackpots that have built up over time due to previous players all losing!

3. Poker

If you want to test your critical thinking and poker face, try a game of poker the next time you visit a casino in the summer. Poker is perfect for those who like a challenge – but be careful, though, as you might end up at a table with other players with lots of experience!

4. Blackjack

Blackjack is a card game that’s great for players who don’t like the complexity of poker. The aim is to beat the dealer by getting a hand total as close to 21 as possible. Anything above that, and you’ll go bust!

5. Craps

Finally, a game you might never have heard of before: craps. It’s a popular dice game, and the concept is to roll a number with two dice and then roll that exact number again straight after. It’s pretty simple, and you’ll usually find that both players and spectators surround the craps tables at casinos!

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ICRG Receives a $600,000 Donation from Bally’s Corporation

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The International Centre for Responsible Gaming (ICRG) has announced that it has received a $600,000 donation from Bally’s Corporation to support multi-year, cutting-edge scientific research on gambling among young adults and the usage and effectiveness of responsible gambling tools.

“With this grant, Bally’s Corporation has taken a giant stride toward understanding the health risks of young adult gamblers and improving the effectiveness of existing responsible gambling tools. The ICRG salutes Bally’s Corporation for making such a huge impact on the field of gambling studies,” said ICRG President Arthur Paikowsky.

The ICRG will invite scientists from around the world to apply for these grants in a rigorous competition that ensures funding only the highest quality research. The ICRG will also sponsor programming that will extend the research findings of these projects beyond academia and provide guidelines to the gaming industry for effective responsible gambling strategies.

“We take seriously our responsibility to educate the public, including young adult gamblers, and our employees about responsible gaming, Bally’s is committed to this work. We look forward to working with ICRG on cutting-edge scientific research on gambling among young adults and the usage and effectiveness of responsible gambling tools,” said Robeson Reeves, President of Interactive at Bally’s Corporation.

Since its establishment in 1996, the ICRG has become a prominent funding source in problem gambling research, yielding hundreds of articles published in peer-reviewed scientific journals. The donation will also help fund several programmes designed to educate treatment providers, responsible gambling professionals, regulators and public policy makers about gambling disorder and responsible gambling.

ICRG-funded research has informed the industry about the health risks of casino employees, created the only research-based website on college gambling, and launched a national campaign to make parents and teachers aware of youth gambling. Projects currently in process are evaluating the responsible gambling tool of self-imposed limits on time and money spent gambling and the national impact of sports wagering.

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Gaming Americas Weekly Roundup – August 8-14

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Welcome to our weekly roundup of American gambling news again! Here, we are going through the weekly highlights of the American gambling industry which include the latest news and new partnerships. Read on and get updated.

Latest News

Playmaker Capital has announced that it has acquired 100% of the digital assets of sports media publisher, JuanFutbol.

GameSquare Esports has scheduled its second-quarter 2022 financial results conference call with the investment community on Monday, August 29, 2022, at 8:00 am ET.

Sports betting entrepreneur Joey Levy and media mogul Jake Paul announced the creation of Betr, the first direct-to-consumer micro-betting focused sports betting company.

Novibet announced a new multi-year market access agreement with Caesars Entertainment, providing Novibet the opportunity to conduct online sports betting and iGaming operations in New Jersey.

Flutter Entertainment has provided independent research funding to the Responsible Gambling Council in Canada to support first-of-its-kind baseline research to inform global marketing and advertising standards in gambling for Operators and Regulators.

Table Trac has announced that it has signed an agreement to install the CasinoTrac management system at both the Bighorn Casino and the Longhorn Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Barstool Sportsbook has announced plans to open the first physical sports betting facility at a NASCAR track.

New Partnerships

Evolv Technology has entered into a partnership with Hard Rock International. As per the deal, Evolv will support the casino’s mission to improve the overall customer experience at the Seminole Hard Rock in Hollywood, FL and in Tampa, FL by installing the company’s free flow, touchless security screening technology.

Betsson has become the sponsor of Brazilian football team Club Athletico Paranaense. Betsson will feature on the lower back of the club’s shirt, with the deal running until the end of 2023. The brand’s logo will additionally be visible on the team’s women’s kit.

ODDSworks has finalised an agreement to bring Jumbo Technology’s unique and innovative casino-proven games to the North American market via its BETguard remote game Server.

U.S. Integrity has announced a comprehensive partnership with the Silver Reef Casino, which is preparing to launch its sportsbook in the state of Washington. U.S. Integrity will provide integrity monitoring services via its proprietary dashboard to Silver Reef Casino and Lummi Tribal Gaming Agency.

Caesars Entertainment and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians announced their partnership in the development of Caesars Virginia, which officially breaks ground in Danville last week.

IGT has signed a multi-year contract with Nisqually Red Wind Casino in Washington State. Under the terms of the agreement, Nisqually Red Wind Casino in Olympia will leverage the award-winning IGT PlaySports platform, deploy IGT PlaySports betting kiosks and partner with the IGT trading advisory team.

WynnBet and SportsGrid announced a strategic programme sponsorship of the In-Game Live All Access Saturday edition. The WynnBet content sponsorship will include major sports betting coverage focused on college events, MLB, NBA, NHL and more.

New Appointments

Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) has announced the promotion of three client services staff to new positions. Patrick Cottingham is now Client Services Manager, and Jamie Garcia and Christos Karountzos are now Senior Account Executives.

BCLC’s Board of Directors announced that Pat Davis has been appointed BCLC’s President and CEO.

Light & Wonder Inc. has appointed Roxane Lukas as its Chief People Capability Officer (CPCO).

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Gaming Americas Weekly Roundup – August 1-7

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Welcome to our weekly roundup of American gambling news again! Here, we are going through the weekly highlights of the American gambling industry which include the latest news and new partnerships. Read on and get updated.

Latest News

Lotto.com, the first digital platform for ordering lottery tickets on any device, with no app download or deposit required, has announced its expansion into three new states: New York, Texas and Colorado.

The Sports Betting Conference Committee has reached an agreement on legislation to legalise sports betting in Massachusetts. The legislation would allow for wagering on both professional and collegiate sports in the Bay State.

Rush Street Interactive (RSI) has opened its BetRivers retail sportsbook in Maryland last week, in partnership with Bingo World, featuring 12 self-service kiosks and three over-the-counter machines on a 3000-square-foot facility.

WarHorse Gaming held its second groundbreaking during an event at Horsemen’s Park, the future site of WarHorse Omaha. The event took featured remarks from Lance Morgan, President and CEO of Ho-Chunk Inc, Garald “Wally” Wollesen, Nebraska Horsemen President, and others.

OddsJam has announced that it has completed the acquisition of OddsBoom, an odds comparison platform. The purchase will help OddsJam expand its presence as a premium content and data provider for regulated sports betting.

PLAYSTUDIOS Inc., the creator of the playAWARDS loyalty platform and an award-winning developer of free-to-play mobile and social games that offer real-world rewards to players, has launched its new blockchain division, playBLOCKS.

New Partnerships

Resorts Digital Gaming has signed a pioneering deal with casino influencer team the Slot Squad to create a unique online experience for their customers. In a first-of-its-kind partnership, the Slot Squad joins Resorts Live, a proprietary platform developed by RDG to showcase online casino games and content.

Codere presented at a press conference held at the Más Monumental stadium, its step forward in sponsorship of the Club Atlético River Plate of Argentina. The gaming operator acquires the Club’s “Main sponsor” category, being placed on the front of the official game and training shirt.

The Detroit Lions announced a partnership with Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort which includes presenting partnership on the upcoming “Inside the Den” television specials, weekly “Inside the Pride” episodes for the 2022 season as well as Power Hour presented by Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort at Ford Field on Detroit Lions gamedays.

SB22 has partnered with Optimove. The partnership demonstrates SB22’s focus on developing highly tailored promotions using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to enhance its operator portfolio’s marketing capabilities by executing sophisticated CRM Marketing campaigns.

Sirplay has partnered with blockchain sportsbook Moonbet, setting out a joint objective to internationally rollout “Web3 sports betting”.

Bally’s Corporation has announced a marketing partnership designating Bally Bet as an official sports betting partner of New York Yankees.

Catena Media has announced a significant media agreement in North America, signing a multi-year partnership with Advance Local’s NJ.com.

New Appointments

Aruze Gaming America (AGA) has appointed Kurt Hansen as its new Vice President of iGaming. His responsibilities will include building and strengthening the company’s iGaming products. He will oversee all the company’s iGaming operations as its new VP.

FanDuel Group has appointed Carolyn Renzin to the position of Chief Legal Officer. Renzin will continue in her role as Chief Compliance Officer for FanDuel Group.

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