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Macau Theft Resulting in Huge Stock Declines for Casino Operators

Up to hundreds of millions of dollars were stolen from a gambling junket in Macau, leading to huge stock declines for gaming operators.

Inside Gaming: Offers PayPal Payment Option; Tom Brady Reinstatement Moves Lines

Two stories concerning Caesars Interactive and, Macau's continued troubles, and NFL betting lines highlight this week's "Inside Gaming."

The New Jersey Online Poker Briefing: "Gustavo" Wins a Cool $10,000

It was another exciting week for online poker in New Jersey. Check out the biggest tournament winners and latest industry news.

Rep. Joe Barton Introduces New Bill That Would Regulate Online Poker in the US

Two contrasting bills were introduced this week. One would outlaw regulated online poker, while other could establish a legal regulation framework.

Inside Gaming: Groups Move to Unseal Records in Las Vegas Sands Case, Allege Organized Crime Connections

MGM-Wynn merger rumor, records in a lawsuit involving Las Vegas Sands allege organized crime connections, and the IRS wants to change gambling tax laws.

Inside Gaming: Caesars Stock Slides After Extension Request; Sands Macao May Remove Tables

Caesars Entertainment Corp. saw its NASDAQ-listed stock (CZR) take a sharp tumble earlier this week; meanwhile, Sands Macao may become a mall/hotel complex.

The American Gaming Association Offers Its Support To Bring Gaming to Japan

The American Gaming Association (AGA) has volunteered its support to legalize casino gambling in Japan.

Future of Japan's Gambling Legislation To Be Decided in April

If approved, the bill would create the third biggest gambling economy in the world and boost Japan's tourism industry.

Five Thoughts: Zinno's Third WPT Title, The American Poker Awards, a $500K, and More

Anthony Zinno wins a third World Poker Tour title, the American Poker Awards go off with a bang, and there will be a $500,000 event at ARIA this summer.

Adelson, Scheinberg, and Laliberté Make Forbes' List of Wealthiest People in the World

Forbes has recently released its annual list of the world’s wealthiest people, and to little surprise there are plenty of familiar names included from the poker and gaming industry.

Inside Gaming: Macau Decline Continues with Record February Fall; MGM Moves Forward in Mass.

Macau's gaming revenue fell for a ninth straight month (its biggest decline yet), casinos are coming to Massachusetts, and Connecticut looks to recover.

Adelson's Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling Pulls a No-Show at Debate

Las Vegas Sands Vice President of Government Relations Andy Abboud was a no-show at his scheduled iGaming debate against the PPA's John Pappas.

Inside Gaming: Exploring Adelson’s About-Face, Atlantic City Rebounds, and Riviera Closure Likely

Mother Jones reports on Sheldon Adelson's about-face on online gambling, Atlantic City's revenues increase in January, and the famed Riviera likely closing.

2014 Year in Review: Online Poker Legislation in the U.S.

PokerNews' Matthew Kredell takes a look back at the online poker legislation that took place in the U.S. in 2014.

Inside Gaming: Caesars Deals With Debt, Details on Sands Cyber Attack, and More

Caesars makes moves to manage its industry-leading $22.8 million debt, Bloomberg reports on the Sands cyber attack, and gaming studies report many positives.

Inside Gaming: New Jersey Passes Sports Betting Bill, Gov. Christie to Decide

Among several stories out of New Jersey, legislators have passed a new sports betting bill that only awaits Gov. Chris Christie's signature to become law.

MGM Resorts Reveals Major Gambling Plans for Japan

MGM Resorts International released its plans for Japan on Thursday if casino gambling is legalized there during a presentation at the Mizuho Investment Conference, in Tokyo.

Venetian Confirms Adelson's Anti-Online Gambling Stance Caused PokerNews Ban

The Venetian confirmed that it excluded from covering a tournament inside its casino due to the site's ties to online poker companies.

American Gaming Association Withdraws Support of Internet Gambling

The American Gaming Association has withdrawn its support of Internet gambling in the U.S. after a long feud between its members.

Caesars Entertainment Enters Bid to Develop $750 Million Casino Resort in New York

Caesars Entertainment has submitted a bid to develop a $750 million casino resort outside of New York City.