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Electronic gaming and the quest for personal space in Alberta’s casinos
Canadian Gaming Business

Alberta has been ahead of the curve when it comes to casino reopenings. Here, Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis (AGLC) sheds light on some of the trends the agency has noticed during the pandemic, with a spotlight on electronic gaming and personal space.

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It’s time to consider shutting down casinos, leading health expert says
Toronto Star
"Closing them completely should be a last resort. But I think we need to consider everything right now."...Full Story

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Caesars Windsor to reopen to invited members on October 8
Canadian Gaming Business
Invited guests can return on Thursday after six months but the reopening will be limited to slot machines only...Full Story
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The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) is a non-profit international trade association representing manufacturers and suppliers of gaming equipment.
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Gateway Casinos and Entertainment receives $200M federal loan (Canadian Gaming Business)

AGLC ready to take its chances with new online gambling portal (Calgary Herald)

Classic slots triumph in burgeoning US igaming markets (CDC Gaming Reports)
Caesars Entertainment buys bookmaker William Hill for $3.7B (AP News)
CGA Member Profile: Carol Holmes, Owner, cGaming Compliance Consulting (Canadian Gaming Business)

Michigan prepares for online sports betting by 'late fall' (Detroit News)

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