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Spectre Gaming Signs with Two More Casinos

Spectre Gaming, Inc.has signed contracts with Cache Creek Casino Resort and Konocti Vista Casino Resort and Marina to install its unique 9-reel, 8-line mechanical games.

Tribe Says San Pablo Casino Will Not Be Las Vegas Style

News Brief: A representative for the Lytton Band of Pomo Indians told residents of a San Pablo senior center that the tribe has scaled down the size of its proposed casino and promised that the facility would look nothing like those in Las Vegas.

Black Oak Casino Opens Family Entertainment Floor

The Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians and Black Oak Casino celebrate yet another milestone with the Family Entertainment Floor now open to the public.

California Tribe Promotes Casino Proposal

News Brief: The Greenville Rancheria says their proposed casino would create thousands of new jobs in the Red Bluff area, contribute more than $665,000 to the county in lieu of taxes, and improve the roads in the immediate vicinity of the casino.

Inside Gaming: 'Ahnold' Faces Tribal Battle In California

A selection of news and views from inside the industry this week.

Michelob AmberBock Signs on as Official WPT Sponsor

World Poker Tour Enterprises, Inc. reports that Anheuser-Busch's Michelob AmberBock will sponsor Season Three of the World Poker Tour on the Travel Channel.

Table Mountain Casino Celebrates Birthday

The Chukchansi-Mono Band of Indians and Table Mountain Casino management celebrate 18 years of growth and prosperity.

GSN Launches Loyalty Program

GSN, the Network for Games, announced the launch of GSN Rewards Powered by My Sony.

Experts to Discuss Tribal Gaming Changes

Three noted experts on tribal government gaming will discuss proposed changes that could dramatically alter the nature of Indian casinos at the upcoming Western Indian Gaming Conference.

Tunnel Links Casino in Sinatra

News Brief: An extensive tunnel built by Frank Sinatra, who owned the state-straddling Cal-Neva casino from 1960 to 1964, has become quite a draw since it was opened for tours.

Head of Tribal Gaming Panel Resigns

News Brief: The top casino regulator for the Chumash Indians of Santa Barbara County has resigned following the disclosure that he was convicted of a felony.

VCAT Files Lawsuit to Protect Mariposa

Venture Catalyst has filed suit to protect Mariposa, VCAT's customer relationship management and marketing software system.

Nevada Gold's Memorandum of Agreement Expires

Nevada Gold & Casinos, Inc. reports that its Memorandum of Agreement dated July 31, 2004 with the Timbisha Shoshone Tribe for management of the Tribe's proposed casino in Hesperia, California has expired.

Inside Gaming: Mergers May Multiply for Casinos

A selection of news and views from inside the industry this week.

GSN Unveils Casino Night Programming

On Friday, January 21, GSN will unveil Casino Night, a brand new programming block that will feature original casino themed programming.

Granny Behind Poker Show

90 year-old Florence Pugliese is the mastermind behind the successful television show, ‘Ultimate Poker Challenge’.

Court Rules on Shingle Springs Project

Lakes Entertainment reports that the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California has issued a favorable ruling with respect to the casino development planned by the Shingle Springs Rancheria.

California Casino Deals Overestimated

News Brief: Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who struck deals with Indian tribes last year aimed at infusing state coffers with more than $1.3 billion, now concedes that the state will receive no more than $16 million this year.

California Casino to Boost Employment Rate

News Brief: Richard G. Moyse, employment manager of the new, $200 million Fantasy Springs Resort Casino and Special Events Center in Indio, projects that 15 percent of 450 individuals hired in recent months moved from places outside the valley.

Area Casinos Create New Job Opportunities

News Brief: The lights of two, new casino hotel skyscrapers in the desert region aren’t just attracting gamblers.

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