Scientific Games Officially Rebrands to Light & Wonder

Scientific Games Officially Rebrands to Light & Wonder

A new beginning Scientific Games has completed its rebrand to Light & Wonder. The global gambling software and game development company announced the finalization of the change on Thursday. Light and Wonder began trading on the NASDAQ exchange on Friday under the “LNW” ticker symbol. Existing shareholders do not need to take any action on…

Chicago Chinatown Residents Protest Proposed Site of Rush Street’s $1.62bn Casino

Chicago Chinatown Residents Protest Proposed Site of Rush Street’s $1.62bn Casino

Residents take to the streets A small but influential group of demonstrators gathered in Chicago’s Chinatown over the weekend to protest the proposed site for Rush Street Gaming’s $1.62bn project just north of the historic neighborhood. Sunday’s protesters included Dr. Hong Liu of the Midwest Asian Health Association (MAHA), and Chinatown resident Dr. Kim Tee,…

Nevada Gaming Regulator to Investigate High Roller’s Allegations Against Resorts World Las Vegas

Nevada Gaming Regulator to Investigate High Roller’s Allegations Against Resorts World Las Vegas

Numerous allegations The Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) is investigating allegations made by a gambler against Resorts World Las Vegas. Scott Sibella lied about their friendship According to the allegations by high-roller gambler Brandon Sattler, Resorts World Las Vegas President Scott Sibella lied about their friendship during a recent regulatory meeting. Sattler also claims that…

Dozens of Twin River Casino Staff in Rhode Island Set to Join Lawsuit Over Pay

Dozens of Twin River Casino Staff in Rhode Island Set to Join Lawsuit Over Pay

Class-action lawsuit The legal floodgates are opening for Bally’s Twin River Lincoln Casino Resort in Rhode Island. Dozens of the casino’s employees are now seeking to join an existing class-action lawsuit over their pay, as reported by The Providence Journal. failing to pay them adequate overtime wages” On Friday, the Rhode Island daily reported that…