August 26, 2022 There has been a lot made about QB Tom Brady missing 11 days of training camp for “personal reasons”. Afterall, you need your starting QB to be there as your offense takes shape, correct? This fact plus other circumstances surrounding the Bucs has the public betting against
An independent inquiry in South Australia requested public submissions from interested parties and stakeholders ahead of the launch of the probe into SkyCity Adelaide casino. Gathering Public Evidence The inquiry was announced earlier in the month when South Australian Liquor and Gambling Commissioner Dini Soulio hinted that inquiries into Crown
by Paulick Report Staff|07.21.202207.21.2022|4:47pm4:49pm On Thursday, the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority released it’s draft Prohibited Substances Technical Document, along with screening limits and detection times, for public comment. The full document is available on HISA’s website, at this link. According to a letter from HISA Anti-Doping and Medication Control
The Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH), a British membership body, has published an open letter to Chris Philp, the country’s gambling minister. The ADPH shared its expertise on how to best protect UK citizens from gambling harm. This move comes ahead of the publishing of Britain’s gambling white
Posted on: April 9, 2022, 03:15h. Last updated on: April 9, 2022, 05:38h. Gov. Steve Sisolak (D-NV) doesn’t appear keen on Nevada taxpayers funding a stadium for Major League Baseball’s (MLB) Oakland Athletics, and that could hinder the club’s move to Las Vegas. Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak. He’s reportedly not
Rush Street Gaming on Thursday headed the last of three community meetings held this week by Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s office and the finalists for the city’s sole casino license, after Hard Rock on Tuesday and Bally’s on Wednesday. ‘Rivers 78’ casino developers, a joint venture between Neil Bluhm’s Rush Street
The association between Luis Gama, Manuel San Román and Javier Balbuena, former gambling regulators for Uruguay, Peru and Paraguay, respectively, offers a “highly technical content based on proven experience by their respective institutions’ management”, highlighted Gaming Consultores, the official name given to the consulting firm recently announced to the industry.