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Rich Casino Holds Daily Februa – Race for Rome! Championship Throughout February

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Join Rich Casino in its biggest tournament of the month, with a series of daily championship races every day and some big money prizes at stake!

 

Rich Casino puts pedal to the metal once again with its latest big money promo, Februa – Race for Rome! Named after the Roman month of festivity from which we get the word February, this promises to be a high adrenaline race for the finish line where the player who accrues the most cumulative points will triumph, with prizes all the way up to twentieth place!

As the old saying goes, Rome wasn’t built in a day, so in order to win, players must simply join the Daily Championship Races by clicking the “Races” link on the Rich Casino menu bar and accumulate as many points as possible within the month of February. At the end of the month, the points will be tallied and the players with the most points win either cash or free chips from a total prize pool worth $44,500! This is divided in the following way:

  • First place winner will win a trophy + $25,000
  • Second place winner will take home $5,000
  • Third place winner will take home $2,500
  • Fourth to tenth place will each win $1,000
  • Eleventh to twentieth place will each win $500 in chips

What are Races?

Races are miniature slots tournaments, held on a regular basis. There are low minimum bets, with cash prizes available each individual race. Races are free to join, and whoever accumulates the most points wins the Race. Players can compete in up to four races at once and keep an eye on the fast-paced action from the game window as the interface shows you remaining spins, time remaining, and position on the leaderboard.

The Februa – Race for Rome! Races’ minimum bets vary depending on the hour. Each player is allocated 125 spins and each race runs for 25 minutes. The Roman themed championship conjures images of ancient Rome, charioteers and revellers at the Circus Maximus, and with low minimum bets of under $1, it’s inexpensive, fun to play and easy to accrue points over the course of the month!

 

Scoring Mechanism for Februa – Race for Rome!

How are the races scored? Your points are based upon the result of your spins in the game, and are calculated as follows: Each win will bag you 5 points, with 15 points for 3 wins in a row. Players accrue points for losses as well as wins! 3 losses in a row nets you 20 points and if you make a big win (of at least 10 times your original bet), you will bag an impressive 150 points to boost your position on the leaderboard!

“Februa – Race for Rome promises to be a thrilling successor to last month’s Janus Race for Rome championship which received very positive feedback from our players!” Gwen Adams, Rich Casino spokesperson said.

“With so many Races over the course of the month, and with so many points at stake, the chances of making it onto our championship leaderboard and into the big money are very high indeed!” added Gwen.

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UNITE HERE Warns About Potential Gaming Tax Revenue Declines, Job Cuts, and Other Problems of Proposed Merger of Eldorado Resorts and Caesars Entertainment

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Eldorado Resorts and Caesars Entertainment jointly announced a proposed transaction to combine the two corporations, pending shareholder and regulatory approvals. The deal is to be based on $7.2 billion of new debt financing and $500 million of cuts and other “synergies.” UNITE HERE, the hospitality workers union, represents approximately 25,000 workers at Caesars and Eldorado properties.

UNITE HERE-represented union casinos accounted for approximately 68% of the pro forma $30 billion combined Caesars-Eldorado EBITDAR in 2018. These 22 UNITE HERE union casinos altogether include over 50% of the combined company’s total hotel rooms, over 30% of its total slots, and nearly 40% of its total table games. UNITE HERE locals are currently in contract negotiations with Eldorado at Circus Circus Reno and Isle Pompano Beach. Contracts at six additional UNITE HERE union casinos in the combined Caesars and Eldorado portfolio will expire in 2020, including four properties in Atlantic City.

UNITE HERE issued the following statement from President D. Taylor:

“UNITE HERE has had a positive relationship with Caesars Entertainment over the years, and 25,000 union members have been excited to help the company reinvest and rebuild as it recovers from the disastrous leveraged buyout led by Apollo and TPG. It is in this context that we approach the proposed sale of the company with great concern.

Yesterday, Eldorado announced cost-savings of $500 million in the first year of the combined company. Where are they going to cut? We will not stand by idly if the proposed Caesars-Eldorado transaction will lead to significant job losses, worse wages and benefits for our members, and lower state gaming tax receipts in the many communities where members we represent work and live. Casinos operating under privileged licenses are meant to create significant benefits for host communities, including family-sustaining jobs and local government funding based on gaming taxes.

We will support changes at Caesars that preserve the company’s long-term financial health and provide a sustainable path to good jobs in vibrant gaming markets across the country.”

2018, 7,700 UNITE HERE members went on a multi-city strike at Marriott hotels across the United States and won historic settlements in Boston, Detroit, San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, San Diego, and Hawaii.

UNITE HERE represents over 300,000 hospitality workers in gaming, hotel, and food service industries in North America and provides analysis from the perspective of those who work in these industries.

 

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UK NHS to Open Gambling Clinic for Children

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The UK’s NHS is going to open its first gambling clinic for children.

According to the Gambling Commission, there are 55,000 children classed as having a gambling problem in Britain. The Commission also found that a total of 450,000 are gambling regularly.

“This action shows just how seriously the NHS takes the threat of gambling addiction, even in young people. The links between problem gambling and stress, depression and mental health problems are growing and there are too many stories of lives lost and families destroyed,” Simon Stevens, the NHS England chief executive said.

The move was welcomed by Carolyn Harris, the Labour MP for Swansea East, who said attitudes around problem gambling was at last shifting. “For too long the industry has dismissed problem gambling but now is the time for polluters to pay,” she said.

“The clinic will open as part of a new network of services for addicts being rolled out as part of the NHS Long Term Plan. Specialist face-to-face NHS treatment for gambling addiction has only been available in London but is being made available across the country as part of the new strategy,” NHS England said.

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Mobile Betting Bill Fails to Progress Through New York Assembly

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Senator Joseph Addabbo’s mobile betting bill has failed to progress through the New York Assembly. The legislative session saw S17 fail to progress beyond the Assembly Standing Committee on Codes.

Addabbo tweeted that he saw no clear reason why the state could not implement mobile sports betting in 2019. Failure to do so would see the state miss out on around $75m in revenue, funding for education, and both job creation and retention.

“NY will be stuck like a disabled car on the shoulder, while we allow an illegal sports betting business in our state thrive and idly watch other neighboring states pass us up with enormous revenue gains from mobile sports betting,” Addabbo said.

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