Welcome and thank you for stopping by this week in gambling news video and podcast. As we come close to ending June 2020, we are looking forward to July 4 Independence Day and Canada Day, which is on July 1, 2020. For this week in gambling news video and podcast, we discuss a few interesting stories. First up, we discuss a couple from the state of Arizona who claims they won over four hundred million dollar Mega Millions lottery jackpot. In the second story, we tell you how Las Vegas casinos and all casino resorts in Nevada are thinking about going with cashless payments amid the coronavirus outbreak. In our third story, we tell you how CEO Erika Nardini says the Barstool Sportsbook betting app is getting ready to launch in September 2020. In the last story, we discuss how the Atlantic City casinos will reopen and how many people they will allow in their casino. If you have not signed up for our free email newsletter for this week in gambling news video and podcast, make sure you sign up to get the latest news and no deposit bonus codes delivered to your inbox twice weekly.
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Big Anonymous Winner From Arizona Hits The $410 Million Mega Millions Jackpot
The first story in this week in gambling news video and podcasts we tell you about an Arizona couple who has been playing the lottery for real money for decades. Furthermore, this couple from Arizona hits the $410 million Mega Millions Jackpot in the beginning of June 2020. It is always nice to hear when someone wins big whether they are playing the slot machines or lottery tickets.
The couple went on record to say “My birthday is next month, and my left hand had been itching for two weeks, which meant money was coming my way,” the woman said. “I also found a shiny new heads-up penny just before I bought our tickets, so I just knew I’d be lucky.” The bought their lottery ticket at theCircle K convenience store. Furthermore, you can find this story on 20203 N. 67th Avenue in Glendale, Arizona. While the couple will take home several million dollars, the store that some of them the ticket will also walk away with fifty thousand dollars for selling the winning lottery ticket.
Las Vegas Casinos May Turn To Cashless Payments
The coronavirus changed the way people and businesses acted, especially when it comes to accepting payments. While most companies and people like paying in cash, it appears that more and more people and businesses don’t want to touch physical cash. After all, cash is very dirty. When we say dirty money, we mean the physical cash is dirty and may contain the coronavirus. Interestingly, on Thursday of last week, the Nevada Gaming Commission approved eight different amendments which would allow cashless payments in casinos in Nevada. Moreover, this is the first story toward seriously revolutionizing financial transactions in casino resorts.
A New Legal Online Sportsbook Betting App May Be On It’s Way This September 2020
If you are familiar with the real money casino gambling industry, you may have heard of Penn National Gaming and Barstool Sportsbook. Penn National Gaming is a publicly traded company that has some online casinos that residents in Pennsylvania can gamble online using real money. However, these two companies appear to have teamed up to launch the Barstool Sportsbook betting app. Moreover, this mobile sports betting app is said to launch in September 2020 according to their CEO Erika Nardini. Over the past few months, most live sporting events have been shutdown. Ultimately, this lead to gamblers turning to Russian Table Tennis, and Korean Baseball to bet on. However, over the next few months, we should see MLB baseball, NBA basketball, and NHL hockey restart to finish their season and move onto the 2020 playoffs.
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How Many Gamblers Will Be Allowed On Atlantic City Casino Floors?
New Jersey has been one of the first and hardest-hit states by the coronavirus (COV-19). Furthermore, they have shut down their land casino resorts for several months. However, the New Jersey casinos do have online casinos that their residents can use while they are staying home. Recently, there have been discussions of how they are going to re-open in July 2020. According to sources close to PlaySlots4RealMoney.com, it appears that the state of New Jersey will only allow a certain (very small) percentage of gamblers on the real money casino floor at a time.