Before we get into the four main news stories in our weekly gambling news video and podcast, we will tell you about the latest slot machine releases. WGS, formerly Vegas Technology released Legend of the Singing Fan Live, and Magic Monkey II. Realtime Gaming released a third sequel to their popular slot machine Cash Bandits 3. In the first story of this weeks gambling news podcast and video, we discuss how a Hard Rock Florida casino pays out a record-breaking progressive slots jackpot. After that, we tell you about a big scam in Michigan and Kansas. Allegedly, a man uses a prosthetic mask to steal $100,000 at casinos in Michigan. Lastly, we will discuss how is Leaders breaking ground on new casino in Kings Mountain, and some gambling news about Big Fish Games.
If you think that is all of the new online slot machines that were released last week, we have even more to tell you about. Have you heard of the Hexbreaker series by IGT? Well, International Gaming Technology releases its third sequel to the Hexbreaker series called Hexbreak3r. Playtech released another slot machine game called the Legend of Hydra, while 888 Gaming releases Safari Riches. Lastly, HungryBear Gaming released Moose Vamoose last week.
Hard Rock Florida Tribal Casino Pays Out A Record Progressive Slots Jackpot
Over the past year, there has been a lot less slot machine jackpot wins and overall casino winners. Obviously, this was due to the shutdown of the economy amid the coronavirus outbreak. However, we are seeing some great news as people are going back to casino resorts and having fun winning money playing their favorite games. Recently, the Hard Rock Florida Tribal Casino paid out a record-breaking progressive slots jackpot to a lucky winner.
Casino Thief Relies On Prosthetic Mask To Steal $100,000 At Casinos In Michigan
Unfortunately, people try to steal and cheat casinos. Ultimately, this is nothing new. However, the approach of using a prosthetic mask to steal $100,000 from casinos is new. It appears that a man stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from casinos in Michigan and Kansas. Apparently, this alleged criminal wore state-of-the-art prosthetic masks to steal over one hundred thousand dollars from multiple casino resorts.
Catawba Nation Breaks Ground For New North Carolina
Last week, we spoke about the Catawba Nation. Furthermore, we told you how they were looking to break ground on their new casino. Finally, they got the approval that they needed and will be breaking ground on their new casino resort soon.
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Big Fish Games Settles A Pair of Social Casino Games Class Action Lawsuits
Do you know the difference between real money gambling and free social gaming? Well, it appears it is very confusing. After all, when you play slot machine games for free at social casino apps, the more chips, and coins you buy, the more virtual coins you have to play. While that is not real money, does that mean it is not real money gambling? Well, it appears that Big Fish Games has allegedly settled a pair of lawsuits.