US casino operator Wynn Resorts will be paying a settlement with the Nevada Gaming Control Board after an investigation found that former executives failed to investigate and act on allegations of sexual misconduct against founder Steve Wynn.
The Nevada Gaming Commission has fined Wynn Resorts the record amount of US$20 million for its inappropriate handling of sexual misconduct allegations against company co-founder Steve Wynn, who was forced the sever ties with the firm early last year.
Now that the House of Councillors election has passed, it is expected that the Casino Management Board candidates will be examined by the National Diet in this autumn’s Extraordinary Session, and that the Board will be formally established in January 2020, about six months later than had been originally envisioned.
Fukuoka police arrested an unemployed man last week on suspicion that he was helping to run an illegal internet gambling ring based out of a single-room apartment in Hakata Ward.
Over the weekend police in Nagoya city swooped down on three stores, including one named “Samurai,” which they say offered illegal internet gambling. A total of 17 people were arrested, including 8 store employees and 9 customers.
The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) has again hit out at Quezon City’s acting mayor over her stance towards a planned integrated resort in the area, saying she should have played a more active role during the planning process.