Online Casino and Gambling News: June 2021

Two Kings Casino Resort Opens Tomorrow

North Carolina is getting a new casino for visitors to test their luck with as the Catawba Indian Nation is opening its Two Kings Casino Resort beginning tomorrow.

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Stakelogic Launches Live Dealer Games

Betting group Stakelogic has announced that they've expanded their product offering, enhancing its slot library with live dealer titles that broadcast table games and game shows to customers.

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SoftSwiss Rebrands as SOFTSWISS

Gaming software group SoftSwiss announced this week that they're rebranding to SOFTSWISS as a way to stand out in the crowded iGaming market.

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Nagasaki Casino Planned

This week it was revealed that corporate group NIKI Chayau Fwu Group has submitted a plan to develop a casino in the Nagasaki prefecture in Japan.

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PokerStars to Move Back Into Switzerland

Online poker giant PokerStars has signed an agreement with Casino Davos and will re-enter the Swiss gaming market as a result.

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NetBet Gets Greek License

Online gaming firm NetBet Enterprises has announced that they've been granted a gaming license by the Hellenic Gaming Commission, which will let the company offer their games to operators licensed in Greece.

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Penn National Expects Revenues to Rise in Q2

American land gaming firm Penn National Gaming has announced that they're expecting revenues for the second quarter to jump from the first quarter, falling between $1.45 billion and $1.55 billion.

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Push Gaming Will Offer Lower RTP Slots

Slot designer Push Gaming is joining the list of developer that are making the games less advantageous for players by introducing variable return to player (RTP) values beginning July 1st.

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Microgaming Releases 'Treasures of the Lost Stones' Slot

Gaming company Microgaming has announced that they've partnered up with Aurum Signature Studios to release its newest video slot 'Treasures of the Lost Stones', which is being distributed through the Quickfire platform.

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Lucy Luck Casino Will Not Have Gaming License Renewed

Last week the Indiana Gaming Commission voted unanimously not to renew the license of Lucy Luck in Terre Haute, which would have overseen a $175 million casino project.

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