Sea Hunter from Play’n GO coming December 14

After the successful debut of Hugo 2, the folks at Play’n Go figured you’d be ready for some highly volatile face-paced fun with its new 3-reel, 5 payline video slot Sea Hunter! Available on December 14, 2017, to play on all devices from 5p to £100 per spin, Sea Hunter is set deep in the ocean where players will encounter all kinds of interesting creatures just waiting to be your next target for...
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Hugo 2 online slot game — PLAY'N GO

Play’n GO has released Hugo 2, the sequel to its 2016 smash-hit, Hugo.
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IGT deploys CrystalCurve cabinet in Chile

IGT recently announced that it has introduced the CrystalCurve cabinet at Enjoy Chile casinos Enjoy Coquimbo and Enjoy Viña del Mar.
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No Verdict in Atlantic City PILOT Lawsuit Challenging Casino Tax Plan

The Atlantic City PILOT (Payment in Lieu of Taxes) program that allows the town’s remaining casinos to pay a flat property tax instead of fluctuating payments based on assessments was back in court on Thursday. Judge Julio Mendez has the most difficult task in deciding the legal merits of the Atlantic City PILOT program. (Image: Michael Ein/Press of Atlantic City) Superior Court Judge Julio...
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Auburn Alum Hoping to Cash In on Longshot National Championship Bet

It’s always fun to bet on your favorite team and see them win, but for one Auburn alum, a football victory on the field could translate into a major sportsbetting win. In October, Chris Hefner put down $250.91 at the Venetian on the Tigers to win the College Football National Championship at 85-1, and if it happens he’ll walk away with $21,578.26. The Auburn Tigers are hot, and closer to the...
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Connecticut, two tribes go to war vs. fed gov’t over casino delay

Connecticut’s two gaming tribes have joined the state in suing the federal government over delays in approving a new casino project. On Wednesday, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced the filing of a lawsuit in US District Court in Washington, DC against the US Department of Interior and Secretary Ryan Zinke (pictured). The suit is intended to give a swift kick to the backside of the Bureau of Indian...
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