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How Alberta's Pure Canadian Gaming has weathered the COVID-19 storm
Canadian Gaming Business

Pure reopened table games in September but the landscape at its casinos has shifted. Executive Director of Marketing Vince Pao talks through the rollercoaster ride and the lessons learned.

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AGEM Index value rises more than 10% in September 2020
Canadian Gaming Business
Five of 13 Index companies reported stock price increases despite downward trends in major U.S. stock indices...Full Story

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Ontario temporarily shuts casinos and gaming centres in COVID-19 hotspots
Canadian Gaming Business
The province closed all casinos and other gaming centres in Toronto, Peel, and Ottawa as of October 10...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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Loto-Québec suspends certain activities including at the Trois-Rivières gaming hall (Canadian Gaming Business)

OLG website update leads to outrage, complaints from users (680 News)

Las Vegas casino executive Scott Menke, CEO of Paragon Gaming, passes away at age 55 (CDC Gaming Reports)
Caesars Windsor reopens amid province's second COVID-19 wave (CBC)
IGT’s Resort Wallet technology leads evolution of cashless gaming in New York State (CDC Gaming Reports)

U.S. sports betting handle hits record as casinos bounce back slowly (Action Network)

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OLG website update leads to outrage, complaints from users