Here are the top 5 Flash of Casino News of the week:
1. Oxford casino license approved
The license for Oxford casino has been approved. The casino is due to open in two months time. The casino was given the green light to engage in business by an overwhelming majority of 4-0 by the Maine gambling and control board. Oxford spokesperson said that the casino is now putting the final touches to the casino to ensure that customers get the best services. The casino is set to hire, and train 350-plus workers to ensure that the casino activities run at an optimum level when it is opened in June.
The casino has already installed 500 slots machines, and plans to have 12 table games for craps, poker, black jack, and roulette when it finally opens its door to the public.
2. Resorts to issue $25 casino chips to honor late boss
Resort Casino hotel are set to issue $25 casino chips as an honor to its former boss. The resort has already gained approval to proceed from the state division of gaming enforcement. Dennis Gomes, the late former boss of Resort casino hotels, passed on in February while undergoing kidney dialysis.
Sign of appreciation?
The gesture is seen as an appreciation to the former boss who saved the casino from the jaws of bankruptcy in 2010 when he bought the hotel together with co-owner Morris Bailey. Gomes was a renowned casino enthusiast who used a variety of ways to attract customers such as using a Barrack Obama look-alike-sound-alike, use of billboards, and the use of tic-tac toe playing chicken.
The chips are set for release this year.
3. Betting promotion nominated for award
Betting promotions has been nominated for two awards in the prestigious EGR B2B awards that are scheduled to be held on May 10th this year. Betting awards nominations are in the following categories:
• Software/network category
• Sports betting supplier of the year
• Services categories
• Services rising star of the year
Betting promotions C.E.O, Johan Moazed, was very pleased with the nominations, observing that the nomination is an indicator of the stellar work they are doing in the gambling industry.
4. Hollywood movie to centre on online gambling
The intrigues of online gambling are set to be shown in the big screen, as a holly wood procedure is set to direct a movie, exclusively detailing aspects of online gambling. The film is set to feature Justin Timberlake in a starring role.
According to reports emanating from Hollywood, the script for the movie was wrote by Brian Kopplman, and David Levien. The film is set to be filmed in Puerto Rico. Reports indicate that Ben Affleck, a gaming enthusiast in his own right is set to join the movie. The film to be known as runner will be directed by Brad Furman, and is set to tell the whole story on online gambling.
5. Badbeat.com to partner with WPYPoker.com
Badbeat.com, online poker training and staking business is set to partner with WPTpoker.com. To celebrate this partnership, Bad beat.com will offer some selected players a double deposit bonus. WPTPoker.com will celebrate this new partnership by giving the first 1000 players who sign-up through Badbeat.com a deposit bonus of $100.
Core business of Badbeat.com
Badbeat.com primary business is offering funding and comprehensive support to players through provision of software tools and advanced learning aides and knowledge alongside with expertise and support from some of the world best mentors and support staff.
Benefit to players
This partnership will enable players at WPTPoker.com to easily track their hands through the use of BadBeat.com’s free online poker training manuals that will undoubtedly be instrumental in improving their gaming skills, as players will get to learn on their strengths and weaknesses.