Former Cantor Gaming Company to Pay $16.5M in Money Launder CaseFederal authorities say the race and sports book operator formerly known as Cantor Gaming has agreed to pay $16.5 million to avoid criminal prosecution on illegal gambling and money laundering charges.
Troubled Nevada Sports Book Operator Fined AgainNevada regulators say they'll let one of the state's largest sports book operators stay in business after years of underpaying winning bets because the Las Vegas company has ousted its CEO.
Record Fine For Sportsbook OperatorThe Nevada Gaming Commission has given final approval to a record $5.5 million fine levied on CG Technology to settle a complaint regarding illegal sports betting.
Cantor Gaming To Pay FineCompany now known as CG Technology settles with Nevada Gaming Control Board
Cantor's New NameThe state's biggest sports book says it will also pursue an IPO.
Bill Seeks Expansion Of Sports BettingThe chief executive of Nevada's largest sports book operator says millions of dollars in revenue could be tapped by allowing private investment groups to place sports wagers.
Sports Book Director ArrestedCantor Gaming's sports book director has been arrested.
Cantor Gaming Manager Arrested On Multiple ChargesA Nevada gambling regulator says eight Las Vegas area residents have been arrested in a New York City police investigation of illegal bookmaking and money laundering, including the sports book chief at the M Resort in Henderson.
New Sports Book Coming To Silverton
Cantor Opens Sports Book At PalmsA new race and sports book has opened at the Palms.
Bet On It: Vegas Picking Packers As Favorites To Win Super BowlCasinos in Las Vegas think Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers have a better shot at winning the Super Bowl than Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos have of getting past the Pittsburgh Steelers this weekend.