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With purchase of Nevada casino, ZenSports sets stage for first sports betting exchange in US

With purchase of Nevada casino, ZenSports sets stage for first sports betting exchange in US

American mobile peer-to-peer sports betting firm ZenSports Incorporated has set the stage for the first sports betting exchange in the US, thanks to its recent deal with Strategic Gaming Management

Nevada Casinos June GGR slips 45.6% year-on-year to nearly $567 million

Nevada Casinos June GGR slips 45.6% year-on-year to nearly $567 million

Operating under strict COVID-19 pandemic-induced restrictions and capacity caps, casinos in Nevada generated $566.8 million in gross gaming revenue (GGR) in June.

Nevada Gaming Commission gets permanent chairman, new broad member

Nevada Gaming Commission gets permanent chairman, new broad member

As the Nevada Gaming Commission is facing some really serious concerns in wake of COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Steve Sisolak (D) has made two important additions to the regulatory body.

Boyd Gaming shows ray of hope by reporting better-than-expected quarterly results

Boyd Gaming shows ray of hope by reporting better-than-expected quarterly results

NYSE-listed Boyd Gaming Corporation recently showed a ray of hope for the ailing gaming industry by reporting better-than-expected results for the second quarter of this year.

Smart Fortwo hits cult status as Batmobile

Smart Fortwo hits cult status as BatmobileLas Vegas  - At least Batman doesn't have to worry about getting a parking space now.

A specialty auto fitter gave a Smart Fortwo a kind of celebrity makeover at a Las Vegas trade show earlier this month, transforming the subcompact car into a mini-Batmobile, complete with a black airbrush paint job and tailfins.

Designer George Barris, renowned for creating the original Batmobile in the 1960s superhero television series, teamed up with the Californian specialist firm Vertical Doors to build the Batsmart.

Mayors of 185 cities contacted to name a major street after Mahatma Gandhi

Nevada (US), Nov. 10: The Gandhi Monument Council made up of interfaith clergy has approached mayors of 185 of world''s important cities spread in 39 countries to name one of the major streets of their respective cities after peace icon Mahatma Gandhi.

Right Reverend Gene Savoy Jr. and Rajan Zed, Council coordinators, in a communiqué to these cities, requested that they would prefer the name of this proposed street to be "Mahatma Gandhi Marg" (marg means path). While Savoy is Head Bishop of International Community of Christ, Zed is the president of Universal Society of Hinduism.

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