Boston Mayor Martin Walsh is sueing the Massachusetts Gaming Commission over their decision to award a license to a Wynn casino project in Everett.
Boston Mayor Martin Walsh is not happy in regards to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission’s decision to award a casino to Wynn Resorts in Everett.
The city had already filed against the state gaming commission, one that accuses the board of violating Massachusetts’ casino law and the commission’s own rules on how to award licenses to prospective casino operators on Wednesday, that displeasure was expressed through an expanded version of the lawsuit.
According to a study by Andrea Estes of the Boston world, the new lawsuit claims that the payment broke rules on several occasions in an endeavor to make sure that the Wynn project would be opted for more than a Mohegan Sun-backed proposal at Suffolk Downs in Revere.
The town of Boston might have received $18 million per year from the Suffolk Downs casino because of an agreement negotiated involving the town as well as the developers of this resort.
However, no such deal was made between the town and Wynn Resorts, meaning that the gaming commission’s decision to give the license to the Everett casino could have cost the city significant revenue.
Boston Alleges 16 Illegal Actions
The newest version of the issue is similar to the lawsuit that is original by the town of Boston back in January.
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PokerStars New Jersey is for all those only who are located in the state, but for an unspecified time frame this year, players outside the boundaries were permitted to relax and play at the online tables.
PokerStars has been fined $25,000 by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) for failing to properly identify where players are physically located while accessing the online card room that is digital.
In a civil action order filed on January 20, DGE Director David Rebuck explained that a software glitch permitted certain patrons not physically stationed in the edges of the state to wager regarding the internet gambling web site.
‘Having considered the findings regarding the Division’s investigation . . . and the facets in mitigation presented by PokerStars, and finding adequate legal and support that is factual the penalty therein, I hereby order a civil penalty of $25,000,’ Rebuck concluded.
It’s unclear when precisely the breach occurred, and how players that are many placed bets illegally.
According to PokerScout, PokerStars is the second-busiest on-line poker room in New Jersey. The working platform attracted 130 players on its most recent seven-day average, 10 fewer than the WSOP/888 network.
Amaya Admits Fault
The settlement shows that PokerStars’ parent company Amaya had interest that is little fighting the DGE’s findings. The Canadian-based gaming conglomerate that paid $4.9 billion in 2014 for the (suite…)
Legendz Sports, which had been accused by prosecutors of offering Internet and telephone gambling services almost exclusively to US gamblers, will forfeit profits in now a controversial ‘equitable sharing’ payout to law enforcement.
Legendz Sports’ illegal activities just aided police force agencies’ bottom line in New York and Florida.
That’s because various agencies in the Empire and Sunshine states are to benefit from $9.6 million in forfeited criminal assets for their roles in breaking up the illegal online gambling ring.
Forty people were arrested in April 2013 for tasks associated with Legendz Sports, a company that handled over $1 billion in bets and managed a large system of overseas sports gambling websites.
Charges included racketeering, money-laundering, and wire fraudulence.
The case began in Albany County, NY, with neighborhood police investigating two prison guards who had been suspected of acting as bookies for prisoners. From there, the investigation quickly spread across the US, as FBI offices in Miami, Oklahoma, and Boston coordinated with the Albany County Sheriff’s office to intercept thousands of phone telephone calls and emails that would fundamentally trigger the arrests.
The founder of Legendz Sports founder, Bartice ‘Luke’ King, from Oklahoma, is currently dealing with trial in Oklahoma City.
US Gamblers Targeted
Legendz sports, which was initially based in Costa Rica before relocat (suite…)